Randy Halverson uses a still camera to create motion video frame by frame. Beyond an average nature video, Halverson tracks the path of the Milky Way and surrounding stars as they move across the sky at night. Randy travels around the country to create his pieces, but prefers to shoot on land near his home in central South Dakota. Corn, wheat and sunflower fields are often featured in the foreground as the heavens above appear to rotate around the earth. A SDPB crew met up with Halverson for a photo session toward the end of August.
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