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Scott Stillman

Elevators in the Fog

Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

March 24, 2007 9:30 AM

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Caption

These grain elevators next to the railroad tracks are in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It doesn't look like the entire facility has been used for some time as some of the tracks are covered by dirt.

The location is very close to Minnehaha Falls, a local waterfall and landmark. With literal compliance to the theme, timing and luck provided an atmosphere containing thick and visible fog that surrounded the area and the entire city.

In addition to the fog, the geographic atmosphere was desolate and quiet. Even though there is a neighborhood just across the road, and traffic moving at the edge of the fog, it felt like I was the only person in the area.

Minneapolis developed as a grain and lumber milling town and there are many grain elevators still standing around the city. Some are still in use today.
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Equipment

Nikon D1x with a 10.5mm lens mounted on a Manfrotto 3021BPRO tripod with a 303sph tripod head. Shot at 1/80 at f/11 ISO 125. No dynamic range blending this time. Workflow: Raw images as always converted in Photoshop - stitched with PTMAC - Edited back in photoshop - Cubic Converter - and finally Cubic Connector for rotation.
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