Saturday, April 30, 2011

Sunday Stills: Rust



Sunday Stills, the next challenge: Rust!
Posted in Sunday Stills Challenge of the Week, the next challenge with tags Sunday Stills on April 24, 2011 by Ed

I figure this will be an easy one for most of ya, the challenge is to look outside the box and find something other folks may not have thought of. Pay close attention to lighting too, the angle of light in the sun can have some pretty cool effects..:-))

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These rust bucket farm equipment were outside a public area in a small town in the north island of New Zealand. They were proud of their farming heritage.

17 comments:

Ginny said...

That's almost like a folk decoration. As the song says "Rust never sleeps"!

chloephotography said...

nice ones ann :)

diane b said...

Love the rusty wheel

Ed said...

Very cool..:-))

dibear said...

Nice job Ann. :)

Karin said...

Very good photos!! Saw so many rusty things on the farms while driving south in our province to visit our daughter and family, but didn't stop to take photos! There is an interesting quality to everything, isn't there.

Nice to catch up on your posts!

achieve1dream said...

Very cool. I love old farm equipment. :)

Shifan said...

Very cool and nice Ms. Ann

flowerweaver said...

Nice rusty farm implement! It is a wonderful memento of a simpler way of farming.

Regular Guy said...

Real nice shots.

Shirley said...

Rusty old farm machinery makes great decoration, and apparently folks all over the world think so.

MTWaggin said...

That hay rake brings back memories of riding on one with my grandad.

Boonie S said...

There’s something very charming about these photos. Thanks for sharing.

Have a good week, Boonie

Michelle said...

Very cool. They have lots of character!

Brenda said...

great old farm equipment. good idea.

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Strange..uncanny...I like to take photos of these implements and scenarios...Will show you one soon (from Perth)..

I am going to visit Tanjong Mani this weekend...and may have chance to go to Kanowit again...

Cheers.

ladyfi said...

What faded beauty in these forgotten objects.