Friday, January 11, 2008


Straw, Montana 2007


Steve Williams said...

I visit regularly to get my daily dose of black and white photography. I can't stay too long lest the desire to own a view camera comes over me again.

This photograph (and many of the others you've posted) are startling in their graphic impact and sense of form and texture.

And I see why you travel West. I just never see things like this in central Pennsylvania.

Steve Williams
Scooter in the Sticks

pitchertaker said...

Sadly, Steve, this is part of the dying western landscape. If only I had unlimited resources to seek and find these relics of another time. I find great beauty in their function over austere form of architecture. These elevators are products of necessity -- many millions of acres of the plains states planted in grains. Don't think they ever grew large volumes of grains in Pennsylvania.


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