21 April 2011

in it's hay day/field of rust, decay

in it's hay day

field of rust, decay

Older post taken at the farm.


texwisgirl said...

oh wow! love that first photo. that's been sitting there a while... GREAT shots, dearie!!!

bon bon said...

yeah, dad tried sawing some branches off several years back already to get at the wheels, with no luck. as you can see there's been plenty of regrowth.

Nancy said...

With the price of scrap metal fairly decent these days, you don't see as many old implements or vehicles out in the fields.

Great captures! :)

Dianna said...

Those old relics would have stories to tell, wouldn't they?!

Canyon Girl said...

I love photos like these, they are so creative.

bon bon said...

thank you, ladies. sadly, i remember these fields full of hay or clover with the cow pasture beyond it.

Dawn said...

Love that 1st shot. Reminds me of the time I high centered my car in a parking lot;)

Beautiful captures!

Negerigeletschtempoit said...

What an amazing picture, that first one! Like a well balanced painting, the eyes keep searching all over the canvas for new details.

The second picture could well be used as the cover of a neat book. It brings stories to the mind, doesn't it?

Have a happy Easter, Bon Bon.

Leontien said...

oh wow! I love trees! they are so full of life! Amazing that first tree, it's will to grow!

Love love love!


LB @ BulletsandBiscuits said...

I love the old truck one!

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