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Friday, June 22, 2012

Colman Elevator Grain Bins



19 comments:

  1. A couple of classic b/w pix here.

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  2. Cool industrial images. I particularly like the top one. Images like these always remind me of the work of Charles Sheeler.

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    1. Wayne, that's high praise to be considered in the same breath with Charles Sheeler. I hadn't thought of these images as "industrial" but of course they are. Industrial agriculture.

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  3. I like the way the clouds look above the storage bins.

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  4. A great post for Weekend in B&W! Nice composition!

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  5. Great b&w photos! Like the comp.

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  6. Another of your Ansel Adamsesque photos. Gorgeous tones.

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  7. The size of those grain bins is quite imposing! The bins create a sense of brooding drama in the landscape.

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  8. They make a great set of monochrome shots.

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  9. Great pictures you show. Thanks for the comment on my blog. Wishing you a good weekend. Hanne Bente / hbt.finus.dk

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  10. With the clouds hovering above the bins look like they are smoking cigars.

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  11. I like the patterns on the grain bins. I particularly like the sky in the first photo.

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    1. Yes, me too. It was looking east in the afternoon with the sun behind me.

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  12. strong images...really wonderful!

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  13. Great skys, best looking grain bins I have seen in years. Love the drama the black and white brings

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