Thursday, September 19, 2013
The Architecture of Agriculture
Wisconsin. The corn is everywhere, and huge fields of corn disappear over the hills and go all the way to the horizon. I would have photographed those fields, but I was on the interstate, so there was no way to pull over, AND I elected not to risk "an airbag moment." The other thing that I saw everywhere were silos, and all the piping that connected them. I wasn't sure which was more interesting, just the tower of pipes as a close-up, or the wider view with all the tanks. So I chose the wider angle shot. Oh, Wisconsin is known as "America's Dairyland" and much of the corn is used to feed the cows.
Posted by Ken Spencer at 9:57 PM