Back on June 15th I was out photographing and took this shot. As you can see, things were quite wet then. I liked this shot because of the reflection of the silos in the water.
A little bit about the type of silos in the photo is excerpted below.
Concrete Stave Silos. Concrete stave silos are commonly constructed of staves that measure 30 inches long, 10 inches wide, and 2 ½ inches thick. A variety of edges were used to ensure a tight fit including tongue and grooved edge, concave and convex edges and interlocking devices. The staves are held in place with metal hoops. Concrete stave silos are usually crowned by hemispherical metal caps. http://www.farmbuildingguide.org/silos.html