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    Gosh...seems like forever since I've posted anything here..... I just returned from a photographic workshop in Buffalo NY called Silo City. This is am image made by shooting up the old abandoned grain elevators; some of them (such as this one) have art installations within them.
    If you are looking for a bit of a unique workshop I highly recommend giving this one a look.

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    Super shot and welcome back!!!
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    Many thanks for the kindness....it was just a super workshop!
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    That is really cool. I love it.
    Can you give some information on this workshop. Buffalo is only a couple of hours from Toronto and I'm looking for workshops to do in 2016. I will be retiring in a few months and will have lots of time on my hands. This workshop looks very interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asnow View Post
    Can you give some information on this workshop. Buffalo is only a couple of hours from Toronto and I'm looking for workshops to do in 2016. I will be retiring in a few months and will have lots of time on my hands. This workshop looks very interesting.
    I highly recommend this workshop...I had so much fun being a part of it. . Mark is a great and very knowledgeable host....he used to teach at BU and spent a lot of time in the 70's photographing the the silos and learning the history of the area. He's doing another one in May 2016.
    Here's the link and if you have any questions you can send Mark an email. Hope this helps!
    SILO CITY PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP Buffalo?s Grain elevators FRANCIS G. WARD PUMPING STATION May 12 - 15, 2016
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    Thanks for the information. This is high on my list for next year. Now if only the Canadian dollar would cooperate and get a little higher.

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