Gears and Pulleys Posted on September 17, 2014 by Sheila Creighton Posted in Artifacts Tagged antique, copyright, International Harvester, London, photography, rust, Western Fair 13 Comments A view of the interesting workings of an antique harvesting machine. © Sheila Creighton 2014 Share this:ShareFacebookEmailTwitterPinterestLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
I love anything rusty so this photograph very much appeals to me.
My word, how I like this!
thank you, John. I’m kinda partial to rusty things with lots of good old engineering. 😀
thanks – I do like rust.
I think you have the longest unbroken stretch of daily blog posts I’ve seen. More power to you.
really? well thanks, Steve. I guess one photo is manageable. Wish I had more time to spend visiting and commenting. Photography full time would be amazing.
You and me both!!
Cool, I love rusty old machinery – something very photogenic about it
And, ever so subtly, the emotional satisfaction of complementary color…..
Look at those chains… so simple yet they got the job done!! 😉
Hello Sheila – do you think you cold email me please? I’m looking for a cover photo for a book (Bennison Books is going to publish a volume of my poetry). I love this photo, which is sort of related to my theme, and I wondered whether you had others, perhaps showing this machinery in a landscape, and if so whether you would be willing to come to some arrangement? I’m at: email@example.com
All the best, John