1950s Grain Operation Print, South Whitley Indiana - Museum-Quality Art Photo by Dan Kosmayer
As I journeyed through South Whitley, Indiana, a quaint town with a rich history dating back to 1837, my lens captured a slice of Americana. The town, initially Springfield, came to life through the survey and platting of 42 lots on the Eel River's north bank. With its red brick buildings, tree-lined streets, and time-honored farming structures, South Whitley resonates with a warm Midwestern charm.
There, a grain or flour operation from the 1950s caught my eye, encapsulating the town's agricultural heritage. The overcast skies cast a solemn hue over the scene, adding depth and intensity. The aluminum siding of the old commercial building gleamed subtly, reflecting the day's muted light. Storage silos rose like watchtowers on either side, representing the town's dynamic spirit. Though worn by the elements, the building's rusted tin steel roof held a certain rustic allure.
This photograph, a visual narration of South Whitley's past and present, is a museum-grade signed print. The hand signature on the reverse side of the print serves as my seal of authenticity, accompanying a formal certificate of authenticity. Each print is crafted on acid-free 100% cotton paper, rendering a velvety, subtly textured, warm-tone finish. The archival inks ensure precision, smooth transitions, deep blacks, and vivid hues, capturing every intricate detail of the original scene.
The prints have a lifetime warranty against fading, underscoring the enduring quality of the photograph. The prints are delivered free of cost to any location across the globe, with a 14-day satisfaction guarantee. A complete reimbursement is assured if you find the print not to your liking within this period. Please note while the prints are ready to inspire any space they adorn, they do not come with a frame.
© Dan Kosmayer, 2007