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they are ginormous!
Beautiful capture! Unique photography and texture.Thanks for sharing.Hope to see you on my blog:)
There's something beautiful about silo's.
Such a special capture -- they look lonely. Thank you for sharing at Rural Thursdays this week, Rita!
Zinger! This shot took me right back to my grandparents farm in SW Minnesota. One day I thought it a fine idea to hide from family, buried under corn cobs in the manger at the bottom of their silo. Only as an adult can I appreciate their fear ... then,of course, the scolding!Your photos always make me think!
That is a pretty pristine shot. Most silos that old are not nearly in as neat of a surrounding environment.
Old silos are signs of times gone by. Those new metal ones do not have the character these old ones do and here's three in one place!
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