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    Analog Photographer, Digital World Axle's Avatar
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    Once a Great Nation

    The Canada Malting Company Plant in Toronto stands proudly at the foot of Bathurst Street. Ancient Silos were some of the first in the city to be constructed of concrete rather than wood. To better able withstand the explosive nature of grain dust. The last time I visited the place was back in October of 2007.

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    Oh and Canada Malting Company, still in operations: http://canadamalting.com/
    Alex Luyckx | Photography
    Capturing Beauty in Everything

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    Re: Once a Great Nation

    Nice series. You did a good job on the lighting of each of them, Jeff
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    Re: Once a Great Nation

    As usual your explorations netted you some wonderful images.
    Don't forget about the Gallery. Are your photos there??


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    "A photographer is known by what he shows not by what he throws. The best photographers have the biggest trash cans." Quote from Nikon School sometime in the early 1970's.

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