Tall, soaring grain elevators are to Montana what red barns are to the Midwest. They dot the landscape everywhere. Just about ever small town has at least one old grain elevator...if it hasn't already been demolished or torn down. And like the red barns that dot the plush, green fields of the Midwest, the hands of time have not been good to the great grain elevators of the Great Plains. But whatever condition they are in, they are landmarks on the prairie. And that is why I photograph them.
If you haven't yet seen my gallery of grain elevator photos check it out now. Here is the link: