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These two elevators are owned by Stratton Seed, in Stuttgart,Ark USA. The one being torn down was built in the late 1950s, the one in the back was built in the late 1960s, and is still in daily use. Our town is the rice and duck capital of the world. Rice is King here, and most of our elevators are still in use. We have them all over town, and we are lucky in that respect. So when one is torn down, its especially sad. The grey day matched my mood. I truly loved this old building, even though its been idle a while. I’ve been keeping track of its demise. Every day I go take another photo, a little more gone. I’ll get maybe 3 more photos …another parking lot is born…..It was shot November 2011 with a Sanyo VPC-E2100.

I’ve had a camera in my hand since the old Swinger Camera days (remember those?). EVERYWHERE I go, my cameras go. My friends and family gave up trying to separate us a long time ago….But I’m relatively new to digital photography. I keep saying “Where have you been all my life…?” There are so many beautiful images on Red Bubble. I’m SO inspired!

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  • barnsis
    barnsisabout 3 years ago

    Does this bring back memories, days of driving a bob truck loaded with wheat or soybeans and standing in front of the truck as they raised the front of the truck to dump the grain in the bin in the floor. Really like this one, I will have to do some shots of the ones I have been looking at thinking they would make interesting images. ☺

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