Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Antique Tiller/ Sepia Scenes



Sitting next to the driveway just inside the gate to an East Gwillimbury farm


  To view other Sepia Scenes visit MaryT, theTeach at http://sepiascenes.blogspot.com

18 comments:

see you there! said...

I really enjoy the photo's of old farm equipment that you show. This one is especially nice in the sepia tones.

Darla

Small City Scenes said...

Just perfect. The sepia look is so right.

I forgot sepiascenes for today. Wah!!

MB

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Beautiful sepia picture, EG... Looks almost like a painting.
Hugs,
Betsy

Betty said...

I agree with Betsy It does look like a painting.
♥♥ Hugs ♥♥

Tricia said...

It looks a bit run down, but your magic has brought it back to life!

Jacob said...

You could do a whole gallery of your photos of old farm equipment...they are beautiful and speak so poignantly of times past!

Craver Vii said...

When I see those wheels, it reminds me of a special Christmas episode of Little House on the Prairie.

B SQUARED said...

Sure looks well preserved.

Ralph said...

The wood frame is weathered, each blade of the device rusty. Sepia is allowing me to see the true functional beauty here. This is an honest device, still usable. The weathered and rusty themes have disappeared here...

awarewriter said...

Excellent shot (as usual). Sepia works so well for the old equipment and your composition is spot on.

Becky and Gary said...

I bet all these old pieces of farm impliments could tell a story or two. Great picture EG.
B.

Rose said...

Ahhh, EG, this is wonderful!

kaye said...

it looks great. as you know I really enjoy your farm implement shots.

Dianne said...

old work tools turned into art
you do that so beautifully

Patti said...

I agree with the others - I always enjoy photos of the old farm equipment that you share.

I like the closeup of the lines of the tiller and wheel spokes contrasted with the less bold lines of the wire fence behind.

maryt/theteach said...

My oh my, EG, what a marvelous sepia effort! Just a touch of color! Thanks for adding to our sepia experience! :)

George said...

This is another wonderful sepia shot of old farm equipment. Each of your sepia scenes gets better than the previous ones.

Sistertex said...

Very nice, it almost looks like a drawing instead of a photo.

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