A weekly photo linkup
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We've had so much rain this month everything here is very beautifully green.
Old machines are fascinating, isn't.Have a wonderful week.
You asked about the bloom in my last post... it's the bud of a poppy.Many Greetings
Interesting antique equipment!
We live in an area with lots of farms. Occasionally I still see some old machinery.
It was amazing the machinery that was built back in the time, out lasting many new machines.Thanks for hosting!
What a great collection of machinery!
We have certainly come a long way!
I recognize all of those, I hope the older ones are still being used.
The machinations of machines....
What a neat collection of old machinery!Happy Tuesday, Sue!
The year goees on, the times are changing so fast (we had just still" winter" here)...Greetings from Germany
Beautiful country pictures, with old machines, but which have done their duty fully!Have a fine day, Sue! ☺
Wonderful machinery which we don't get to see here. We are having sunny days now.
Farm equipment is so cool. Thanks so much for hosting!
I love those old machines! Great shots!
I haven't linked up in forever but this post made me smile this morning and I wanted to say "thank you"! Love the country and those old machines, keeps us grounded.
I would really like to drive that tractor and bring home the harvest. Great pics Sue. And thanks for the link today.
Great captures! Human ingenuity is amazing. How neat to see what folks came up with to do the tasks that needed doing!Thank you for hosting, Sue!
Nice historical items! Thanks for hosting.
Love those farm pictures/country pictures!
The old and the new. Beautiful.Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥
I like these images. Very much alive! Happy WW!
Holy cow, what cool images you have there. So very nice. Thanks for sharing them.
I LOVE this series you put together!!! As for me, the daylight hours see my best performance becuase come sunset, I'm done!...jp
Thank you for stop by and comment. When shooting, try to focus on the lens ball so that the image in the ball is sharp and the surroundings are blurry. It's not difficult, with patience and practice you can certainly do it.
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