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While in Central Valley CA. a couple of weeks ago birding I also made a point of stopping to photograph these silos in the late afternoon light.
I’m enamored with silos and the reflection was particularly nice at this time of day.
It was the tail end of the Rice harvest while I was there, and there were harvesters in the fields, and many semi-trucks driving to the Silos to deliver their loads.
In the shadow under the Silos there’s a semi, and its driver who spied me and my girl-friend making images of the silos…he scooted behind his rig. There really was no need though. I could barely see him with my eyes! 🙂
I hope you all have a lovely week-end!
Nikon Df| Nikkor 17-35mm| Delkin Digital Film
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13 thoughts on “Rice Silos of Central Valley”
I love the composition!
Thanks so much Hana!
I love silos and these are so special, the reflection is wonderful too!
Thank you so much Lynn! xx
I love Silos and farm stuff as you know!
The light is fantastic!
I’m loving that reflection, too.
Thank you so much Jackie!
This is a beautiful photo, Deborah and taken from a great vantage point. The reflection adds a very nice touch. As for the driver, maybe he doesn’t want anyone to know where he is. When we were building out our office space, prior to moving in, I went over to inspect the network cabling progress. I raised my camera to take a picture and half the construction workers scattered. The foreman came over and simply said “ex wives” and walked away.
ROFL! +1 to the Foreman! 🙂
Thanks for the laugh out loud first thing this morning, and for the lovely compliment about the reflection and image.
You get Bonus points for the laugh!
Yay! – I love bonus points 🙂