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Saturday, January 7, 2012

Fire On the Space Station

OK... remember, this is not a news blog. Don't panic and run off to check a real news site.

You may or may not recall that I call the co-op grain elevator next door (to the east) the "space station." I looked out just before sunset and saw that the towers were blazing!

light reflected on grain elevator towers

See Pigeons on the Space Station
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Raketer Mama said...

great shot, visiting in AFTR

Ann said...

hmm, I wonder if that means the aliens are taking off or landing...lol

Secondary Roads said...

It must be new or well maintained to be that shiny. Great contrast and color.

Dennis the Vizsla said...

In space, no one can hear you ... oh, wait, that's not in space. Never mind.

Jean said...

Hey...it does have that "spacey" look. I like it better than the Coal Power Station near me. Bet it is safer too.

rainfield61 said...

No 911?

Have a nice day.

Sharkbytes said...

Mama- Welcome! It's all about the light.

Ann- definitely landing. They brought this goofy weather

Chuck- I'ts kind of dulled by the weather, but the sunset just hit it at the right angle.

Dennis- The pigeon has landed

Jean- they make their own kind of mess, but ag business requires storage

rainfield- Maybe we need Interpol for a space station?

sir rob said...

Did you call 911?

Happy New Year Joan

RNSANE said...

It certainly shows up well against the darkening sky.

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