"I was driving through the countryside and found these side-by-side abandoned elevators. Quite striking all alone on the prairie. I wondered how many grain trucks brought grain to these elevators during the harvest."
On the prairie in North Dakota, one can see for miles over the flat landscape and wide open space. When encountering a scene like this, it's intriguing to think about what activity went on, how long the buildings were functional, and how they withstood the drastic changes in seasons without any hills or trees to shelter them. This photo captures a true ND phenomenon.
This black and white print measures 16"H x 20"W and was photographed by local Fargo artist Scott Seiler.
Choose from a variety of substrates for your full color print:
- White Foamcore (3/16" thick): White paper face with foam core for a vibrant depiction of color
- Maple Wood (3/4" thick): A grain from the wood will run throughout the photo giving it a more natural look
- Silver Poly-metal (1/8" thick): Silver metal face with a plastic core for a more contemporary, muted look