Another silo you might say, but it's that sky that has captivated me first and foremost and then the sunlight bouncing off the metal.
According to my friend Tim who hails from nearby Birchip, Curyo is half way (approximately) between Woomelang and Birchip and quite close to Watchupga, which still leaves one perplexed as to where in the blazes is Curyo on the map.
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lousat (94786) 2014-09-02 4:46
Ciao Klaudio,lo stile della foto ed i colori del cielo mi ricordano moltissimo le immagini del nostro amico Denis (dta).Grande scelta di un basso POV per creare una prospettiva imponente in modo da far sembrare questi silos ancora piu' grandi di quello che sono,bellissimo anche l'effetto senza fine dei binari sulla sinistra.Buonanotte e complimenti,Luciano
Sergiom (84529) 2014-09-02 5:06
J'aime beaucoup le point de vue très bas entre les rails qui donne de la profondeur à la composition. Les silos sont magnifiques dans ce très beau ciel bleu.
dta (80266) 2014-09-02 5:10
Hello Klaudio ,
For someones , silos are not interesting subjects . But this is the contrary for me . Especially whent they are captured with splendid light conditions and skies , like here . The composition is excellent , too , with the railway in the FG .
The WS of andycam is inteersting , correcting the slight distortion . But this one works better , for my taste , and i prefer your version .
Gerrit (52099) 2014-09-02 7:51
some great silos I would say, Industrial heritage highlights. You present them very well along the railroad and between the sparse trees, Good low POV.
ktanska (28415) 2014-09-02 8:03
Very nice railroad scene that reminds of miniature railways. I mean terrain and buildings are both relatively simple looking. And this angle between the rails gives strong sense of perspective.
Gigidusud (21191) 2014-09-02 8:03
Pas toujours esthétiques ces sortes de structures, mais ici la mise en image est très réussie. Une belle perspective et une jolie lumière qui met en valeur la composition. Bravo!
dkmurphys (62081) 2014-09-02 8:48
As simple may it be, as great it appears to me. I like the POV along the railway lines and the good light. Well seen.
Noel_Byrne (32542) 2014-09-02 11:14
When I look at this image, I don't see it as a silo, I see a fine old castle, brimming with history and tales of warfare. Whateve way you have composed this, you have made the structures look more like a fine French military chateaux with pretty epic towers rising above it. Excellent way to portay this scene, it's an excellent play on the design of these buildings to make them into something so very, very different. Of course the beautiful blue sky behind fills me with envy :) it has not been sunny in Ireland for a very long time.
chawax (20758) 2014-09-02 11:28
Not the most beautiful architecture you could imagine, but a very good POV. The railway on the left starting from the FG adds a good depth. Very good exposure and sharpness.
annjackman (21901) 2014-09-02 23:47
I also find that silos make very interesting pictures. The clean lines of the metallic structures and the lead in with the rails make a bold and graphic image against that lovely sky.
Very well done.
Kind Regards, Ann
wolf38 (31296) 2014-09-02 23:47
Hello Klaudio. The photo is designed as a study. Everything reminds me of black and white photographs of Bernd and Hilla Becher. But in color I like everything better. Rgds, Wolfgang.
dekanski (5786) 2014-09-03 4:10
Da, nebo je najimpresivniji deo fotografije.
cagla (4340) 2014-09-03 11:26
Merhaba Klaudio, as you say, the light on the metallic round surfaces are usually interesting to me. You must have some more poses of it from different pov's like closer to them and bottom-up, right? The contrast of silver-grey on the bright dark blue looks very nice. Thanks for sharing.
fabbs99 (17175) 2014-09-03 23:44
Great photograph of the huge storage tanks.Beautiful colors and clarity in this image.Very well done.TFS.