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hope, by wayne benedet
Tags: grain, elevator, prairie, farm
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by wayne benedet
Artist Notes
Grain elevators of this kind were built 70-80 years ago (or more in some cases) to fulfill a specific need. Most every town had at least one, and many of those towns themselves have disappeared. The prairie landscape has changed. While once these were the giants, now newer cement structures rise high into the landscape dwarfing even these. Many have been torn down in the last 15 years. In time, only a few remnants of these giants will be visible on the Prairie.
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manitoba, canada
Artist Biography
Wayne Benedet is a photographer who lives in Morden, Manitoba, Canada. His work has been featured in a number of publications including provincial papers and national magazines. His work can be found by GOOGLING Wayne Benedet. In the last four years, he has created a solo show of old car ...
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