by Rodger Engler
(Rochester, New York U.S.A.)
When completed in 1917, the Concrete-Central Elevator was the largest grain unloading transfer facility in the world. It was one quarter mile in length with a capacity of 4.5 million bushels. Located on the banks of the Buffalo River in Buffalo, New York, it closed in 1966 and has remained vacant to this day. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003. This panoramic is composed of four images stitched together in Panorama Factory. I shot it with a Pentax K10D camera with a Pentax 28mm prime lens. It was shot in RAW and converted in Silkypix Developer Studio 3.0. I like this image because the panoramic view allows a person to present very large subjects in their environment.
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