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Old Jun 8, 2006, 3:12 PM   #1
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Here is that elevator in the earlier sunset photo. These were taken just after sunrise with the exception of #4 it was at sunset.. I have many of this old place. It is called Vermont Elevator, it is named for the old town of Vermont that disappeared around sixty or seventy years ago.

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Oooo Bob, these are great!! I love the first one. What really makes it for me, even though it sounds silly maybe, is that little strip of angled bright light just left of the silo. My eye was led directly to it, and from there I soaked the rest in. Outstanding! The rest ain't too bad either. #2 is my 2nd favorite. The b&w really works here. Great mood shot.......cheers.....Don.
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Old Jun 9, 2006, 2:50 PM   #6
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Thank you so much,Bob. That's been such a treat.
I can only second to Don's comment about the strip of angled light adding the image. Ahh plus the railways passing by it...
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I really like the third one. I like the light reflected on its side.
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Old Jun 9, 2006, 11:34 PM   #8
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ok, I cast my vote for #2 ..... reminds me of the rural area in Oklahoma where I grew up ...
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Thank you guys! Drewaz, my son recently moved to Tulsa, I have not visited him there yet and asked him what it was like, he told me if I were blindfolded and taken there I would still think I was in Indiana when the blindfold was removed.

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I think I remember seeing some of those before? But either way those are a really great collection you have there, I really like the early morning mist swirling around the place,

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