Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Who would have thought when this machine was in use that it would end up as an ornament. It looks great on the lawn.
What a great use for this old machine..... I see stuff like this rotting in hedgerows and would love to be able to rescue them...
In sepia, this shot has the feel of traveling back in time.
I bet it helped feed a lot of people.
Neat antique but I would not have wanted to sit on it with a horse pulling me.
Wonderful shots, as always!
And now it should have flowers spilling out the hopper. Very nostalgic scene. MB
Nice! It looks rather forlorn!
It looks good, I love old farm tools in sepia
I've always like old farm stuff as lawn ornaments. We had a old wagon wheel - authentic - that we got at an Indian reservation in Arizona. Hmmm. Wonder what happened to that?I'll be some Amish still use this contraption...
Antique farm equipment is perfect for sepia -- and for lawn ornaments!
Isn't it great how we can recycle and also remember? I'll be waiting for some sepia angels! ;-)
perfect subject for a sepia
This old machine fits perfect for this sepia theme!great shot!Léia
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It does a great job as a lawn ornament, EG! Great sepia toning! Thanks for participating! :)
Gorgeous EG!!Lovley sepia toning!Have a nice thursday :)
I wonder what kind of ride you could expect while sitting on that metal seat while being pulled by a horse. A rustic tale to t ell. Maybe farmers are soft these days with air-conditioned cabs and foam seating...
This is a beautiful photograph. I love the way it looks.Nice job!
And the machines have only gotten bigger.....nice photo.
I've seen a modern version spreading Miracle Grow :) Lovely photo - interesting tool - zero plastic on it!
That would have been an improvement over what we had! This makes a great sepia image.
Tired iron makes for the very best lawn ornaments. Great choice EG.B.
Great sepia scene, EG. You take wonderful pictures.Hugs,Betsy
Something a bit lonely about it. Maybe the sepia emphasises it? Still not sure whether I like sepia shots tbh. Haven't ever taken one, but I'll keep looking at yours and see if they continue to grow on me.
Wondering if you left a bit of green in the machine's holder...in any case, looks great in sepia.
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Amazing that once this was a practical contraption! And now it reigns as a garden work of art! Great photo!
What a nice sepia - I don't know if it's just that I know the grass is green or if there's still a hint of green there. It looks really cool, though!
I love how you left the grass a little green. It helps the sepia colored machine step back in time. Very nice.If you'd like to stop by my blog I'm here at Cake Crumbs.
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