Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Robert Watcher, May 25, 2016.

  1. Robert Watcher

    Robert Watcher Mu-43 Top Veteran


    Even in the small farming communities that I have access to (I do not have a car anymore in Canada - and have no access to public transit as is so easily available in Central america), I once in a while comes across something photographically significant from what appears to the eye to be so insignificant.

    At 3:00 in the afternoon, this lonely run down grain elevator provided a point of interest with the shadow of the steel ladder running the height of the frame.


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  2. Robert Watcher

    Robert Watcher Mu-43 Top Veteran

    Equally unimpressive to the eye was this rather plain brick wall of an old factory, containing a few fire escape doors on different levels and stairwells to get people to the ground. Looking flat on from the parking lot, the symmetry fell into place. It didn't hurt that the wall was red either. This photo is small section of the whole wall.

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  3. Tenpenny

    Tenpenny Mu-43 Veteran Subscribing Member

    Mar 16, 2015
    Nampa, Idaho
    Brent Watkins
    I sure dig this one a lot. Just the right ratio of vibrant color vs beat to S**t. Fun geometry and who doesn't like bricks. Awesome!
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