Photographer Timothy Hursley Finds Beauty in a Disused Silo in Rural Alabama

Though he's known for his sleek images of the latest in contemporary architecture—like Trey Trahan's new Louisiana State Museum or Rural Studio's Newbern Town Hall—photographer Timothy Hursley recently found inspiration in a perhaps uexpected place: a disused silo in rural Hale County, Alabama. Hursley spoke with literary journal Oxford American about what made the abandoned agrarian object his muse.

By Architectural Record Staff
July 31, 2013

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