Industrial Age

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    Day 120/365

    From a few years ago driving back to Atlanta, I wandered into Macon to see what the sun was shining on and happened upon this massive old derelict relic. For the longest time I thought it was a grain silo of some sort, but comparing notes with others, I think it was used to put coal on the trains.

    Whatever the case, when I re-edited this for my 365 project, I decided to take a textured direction with this one...


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    1. I'm still Ken 52 months ago | reply

      Wonderful light. Great shot! Where is this in Macon?

    2. Mark E Tisdale - Visual Artist 52 months ago | reply

      I managed to be there at opportune moment light wise! It was the tallest thing around, hard to miss! I'm not familiar enough with the streets in Macon to give directions. I've mapped what I'm pretty sure is the right location on Flickr's map deal to the right of the photo above. All I can be sure of is get off of I-75 on Eisenhower parkway and go east away from the Mall until it dead-ends then turn left. It takes you pretty directly into an industrial area filled with old rusting buildings, but this stood above them all.

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