Here are some of my favorite photographs from around the world, all taken by me. Geographically yours, D.J.Z.
Monday, August 28, 2017
Landmark, Manitoba, Canada
Surprised? Probably not, but you might be if you knew what you were looking at. It's a glass silo. Silos were traditionally built of tiles, wood staves, or concrete. Then, in the early 1950s, came the glass silo that revolutionized the storage of silage. The glass is on the inside, and it's fused to the steel structure. See any sign of Canadian nationalism?