Silo Reflection


My latest contribution to Monochromia. I found this scene on a stretch of Hwy 70W traveling from Muleshoe, TX to Clovis, NM after a heavy rainstorm.

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Architecture, Industrial, Reflection, Monochrome, Black and White, Photography

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37 comments

  1. I haven’t done industrial shooting in a very long time, and I miss it.

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  2. Jane – classical, great reflection and amazing photos!!

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  3. Great picture, Jane! I love also that kind of scenes 🙂
    Best regards, Heidi

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  4. Very graphic shot ! Love this B&W ! Well done !

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  5. Suggestion for a title: Very Old School

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  6. That’s nice and the reflection adds that something extra, Jane. I really like this.

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  7. Wonderful composition, and such beautiful tones in this one, Jane.

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  8. Beautifully composed and so full of rich tones. Of course, the puddle adds an extra dimension to the abandoned cityscape. And those clouds!

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  9. I love reflections and this is fabulous captured,Jane. All the details, the light, the cloud scapes and the amazing water reflection makes it perfect. A real eye catcher!

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  10. This is a picture you can look at for a long time…and still find new things. Love it.

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  11. Quite an eye while traveling…. most interesting shot!

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  12. that Silo and it’s reflection, the story the photo tells, couldn’t be ignored! love it.

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  13. That reflection and the clouds are really striking!

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  14. just incredible….what a perfect shot….so pleasing to the eye….monochrome creates a mystery around it….brilliant!!!

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  15. As someone who grew up as a Minnesota farm boy, I’ve always been fascinated by the geometry of agricultural structures. This picture captures so many. As others have said the “composition” is so fantastic – the angular structures themselves, the more abstract reflection of those structures, and the amorphous clouds brooding in the background all combine into something quite magnificent.

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  16. The reflections in the puddle add so much to the composition. Beautifully rendered, Jane.
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