Rural landscapes: in the frigid, gathering dusk
GRAIN FACILITY EAST OF CALGARY, ALBERTA
The Canadian prairies were once dotted with charming, iconic grain elevators (like these: https://wp.me/p2ccTX-12g). Most of them are gone, replaced by industrialized facilities constructed in strategic locations. I was driving home from a day’s photography when I encountered this, glowing in the gathering dusk. The combination of blue and red makes for a compelling photo, IMHO. 🙂
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter
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Fantastic and unique photo, Frank. You somehow managed to convey the isolation and frigidity in the colors, lighting, and snow. I like the lines in this photo, too.
I think your humble opinion is right on the money, that is a fine image!