I never tire of the repetitive column design of the Great Lakes elevators by the waters of Georgian Bay. Its simplicity and stately form reflects the beautiful sunsets for many to behold. While composing this piece, I got a strong sense of the blessing that comes from ‘work’.
This building’s purpose is to hold grain that is imported and exported. Sometimes full and sometimes empty, yet the grain is always on the move. And its job was to hold it and to let it go.
The contrasting of colours and limited colour palette really brings all the elements (sky, buildings, land and water) together. And as we take time to view each part and appreciate how it impacts the whole, we see beauty in new places.