Greg Fabricius Photography

Cold Storage

Posted on | January 18, 2014 | No Comments

I had to make a run to the big city in the late morning hours. I have a confession to make: I didn’t take my camera with me.

This phenomenon doesn’t happen often, in fact it has occurred less than 10 times over the last 3 years. After all, you never know what you might want to take a picture of… I do have reasons for today’s oversight, but they are nothing more than excuses.

Because of this neglect I missed a chance to make pictures of some of the thickest frost I have ever seen. It was so thick on the trees and fences that it looked like it had snowed overnight. With the fog clearing and some blue sky visible above it was beautiful! I hope you can imagine it.

Well, we live and we learn. I can only hope that conditions will be similar over the coming days and I will have another chance.

Trying to make amends, later in the day I took a turn around rural NW Cache County to see what sunset would bring. Here’s one of the pictures I made at sunset tonight, a lonely grain silo just off the side of the road north of Little Mountain, looking to the east towards Richmond:

Cold StorageI can’t say that this little silo is currently full of grain, but it certainly would be a deep freeze inside on these long winter nights. Or in the daytime, too.

Greg Fabricius Photography

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