Cargill grain terminal

A busy time at the grain terminal, with record grain crops arriving from the prairie provinces

A busy time at the grain terminal, with record grain crops arriving from the prairie provinces

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4 thoughts on “Cargill grain terminal

    1. lisaireton Post author

      Mainly my Canon EF 70-300mm f4/5.6 IS USM. Sometimes my 50mm f1.8, and the kit lens, the 18-55mm when I want a wide angle.

      I have been doing a lot of long exposures, which really changes the look of the photo.

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  1. Peter Erling

    Dear Lisa,

    we are publishers in the field of agriculture, located in Germany. We plan to publish a book (in German) about the most important agricultural countries of the world and their agricultural backbone. For the chapter ‘Canada’ we would like to use this beautiful image from you (or a related image, if you recommend another), would this be possible from your side? We would, of course, name you as the source of the picture(s) and could send you a copy of the book (in German), if you wish. Thank you so much for your kind asisstance.

    Looking forward to hear from you.

    Kind regards,

    Peter Erling

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    1. lisaireton Post author

      Thank you for your interest in my photo “Cargill Grain Terminal” The fee for non-exclusive use of the photo in your book would be $100.00 in Canadian funds. If you are interested in proceeding, you can email me at lisamireton@gmail.com.
      Thanks,
      Lisa Ireton

      Reply

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