Sulfur Pile

I’m sure there is a technical name for sulfur stock piled like this but to me it’s just a big pile of greenish yellow and I’m attracted to yellow like a bee to a flower.  There are two locations in the Vancouver area where sulfur derived from the oil and gas industry in Alberta is hauled by rail.  It’s then loaded onto ships headed for Asia to be used in industries there.  These photographs were taken around Pacific Coast Terminals in Port Moody B.C.  I could only photograph from the perimeter and even then mostly the view was obscured by trees and branches.  It was only on my way back that the train that had been there was gone and a better view was available.  I mostly used my FA 28-70 F4.0 lens because I could shoot through the fence with it’s smaller 49mm filter diameter.


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