Grain Bins After the Storm

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GrainBinsAfterTheStorm.jpg

Grain Bins After the Storm

495.00

 DAN ESAREY – PHOTOGRAPH BONDED TO ALUMINUM- 24 X 36 in

This piece comes ready to hang and showcases Dan’s photography with a brilliant, glossy finish.  The photograph will not fade and can be easily cleaned with glass cleaner.

This image was taken in Cheyenne County Colorado in July 2014 during Dan's two-week journey there documenting the “Wheat Harvest”.  One afternoon the clouds appeared and having had experience with this type weather, Dan pulled his Suburban into a farmer’s barn to allow the impending hailstorm to pass by.  Unfortunately the hail destroyed 6,300 acres of the farmer’s wheat in less than 15 minutes.  As soon as it stopped hailing, Dan started chasing the storm from the backside and was able to capture several scenes of this type before it dissipated.  Surprisingly, less than five minutes after he got this shot, the wind cleared the area of clouds and it was again blue skies.  Dan has often benefited from being in the right place at the right time.

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