The Grainery October 28, 2013 Black and White / Composition / Landscape / Photography / Street Photography / The South / Travel Photography 14 Comments The Grainery, near downtown Raleigh, NC once made Purina dog food. Now it processes soybeans that are mostly shipped to Asia. The building thunderheads and impending storm added interest and made for a more interesting composition. Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrLinkedInEmailWhatsAppPinterestPrintLike this:Like Loading... Tags: Black & White, Landscape, Photography, postaday, Ron Mayhew, Street Photography, Travel Photography Continue Reading Previous PostButcher Shop – Old DelhiNext PostContemplation Ron Mayhew Fine Art Photographer specializing in Still Life and Commercial Photography. You Might Also Like Yes, We’re All Shivering, but There are Better Days Ahead January 9, 2017 Angular – Abstract with Glass Rods November 22, 2014 Wild Weekly Photo Challenge – Escape October 29, 2012 This Post Has 14 Comments iceman 28 Oct 2013 Reply wonderful black and white ! Loading... fotograffer 29 Oct 2013 Reply Thank you so much and thanks for visiting. Loading... catbirdineurope 28 Oct 2013 Reply Another fascinating picture, Ron. 🙂 Loading... fotograffer 29 Oct 2013 Reply Thank you Cathy. Loading... Tina Schell 28 Oct 2013 Reply Great shot Ron. Definitely called for B&W, but then, you knew that! Loading... fotograffer 29 Oct 2013 Reply Yeah, I knew that before I took it. 🙂 thanks. Loading... Tuxedo Sophisticated Cat 28 Oct 2013 Reply Fantastic B&W image. Loading... fotograffer 29 Oct 2013 Reply Thank you. I appreciate your commenting. Loading... Mark Kertesz 28 Oct 2013 Reply Fantastic monochrome, great tone and contrast Loading... fotograffer 29 Oct 2013 Reply Thank you Mark, for you kind words. Loading... out10about 29 Oct 2013 Reply Nice grade, really great shot. Loading... fotograffer 29 Oct 2013 Reply Thank you very much and thanks too for visiting. Loading... Tish Farrell 29 Oct 2013 Reply This is such a dramatic composition. With the gathering cloud, the silos look like they’re ready to blow. Loading... fotograffer 29 Oct 2013 Reply Thanks Trish. You made me smile imagining it raining soybeans. 🙂 Loading... Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.