Silos on a hillside

Twin silos are seen over the horizon near Gap in early February, 2022.

One thing I’ve always enjoyed about going to assignments is the drive.

I love podcasts and don’t mind just driving around (when gas prices aren’t sky-high, that is).

I like checking out all the scenes along the way, quiet moments we all pass by, rarely paying attention.

That was the case on this windy morning somewhere near Gap.

I was looking for scenes for a wind feature photo and pulled over when I saw these twin silos peeking over the horizon.

I love how simple the image is. And if you look closely, you’ll see a flock of birds taking off near the bottom of the right silo.

When the world is crazy and chaotic, it’s scenes like these that can restore the calm.

THE PROCESS: Shot with a Nikon D5, 24-70 at 70 mm, f-4, at 1/2500; ISO 100. Processed in Photoshop.

Through the Viewfinder is a weekly feature by LNP | LancasterOnline photographers exploring the art of black-and-white and color photography.

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