Gano Grain Division - Minneola, Kansas - Editorial and Advertising Photographer
Gano Grain Division - Minneola, Kansas - Travel Editorial and Advertising Travel Photographer

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All of these images were taken around 5 PM in mid July. I had left Denver, Colorado on my way to a ranch just outside Woodward, Oklahoma to shoot with Bobbie, a cowgirl I had met 5 years previous & could never get my travel plans to get back to Woodward at a proper time of day to shoot with her. So while passing through Minneola, Kansas I noticed 3 old grain elevators off to my left. I thought I really would like to shoot them but it was getting late plus I had another 2 hours driving time before I got to Woodward. Knowing I wanted to scout at Bobbie's a while to locate the right spot to work and then get Bobbie & me back on site and still have time to shoot, I decided to press on.

I had driven past the elevators & I knew that I would not be real happy if I did not stop & shoot. So I turned the car around & grabbed a camera & shot 170+ photos on 2 of the 3 old elevators for 17.5 furious minutes - literally running from one spot to the next. These images are of the structure I found to be the most interesting, Bunge, Gano Grain Division.

2 years later I went back to shoot some more... and they are all gone, bulldozed & hauled off. I am really glad I stopped when I did.

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