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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Contraption



21 comments:

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Love this old contraption with the greenery growing over it!

Pamela Gordon said...

Nice find Amy. :)

Betty Roan said...

I recognized it right away. It's a contraption alright. lol Great find!

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

It looks kinda like grapevines growing over the contraption. Great photo!

Carole M. said...

makes for a lovely rustic photograph

heyBJK said...

Whatever it is, it's been there a while! Love the rust paint job!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Love the overgrown greenery!

Sandra said...

i like the contraption and also the vine covering it. i am trying to figure out just what it is, the contraption i mean. makes a beautiful photo

Ellie said...

I love the green against the rusty metal. Lovely shot!!!

Mei Ann Guerrero said...

Just like what my mom told me ..."Old or rusty, it doesn't matter. Add a green on it and it will have a new life"! Great shot, love it!

Lori said...

Love it! And I so love your header!

Kerry said...

...and that might be kudzu on the contraption...

Nancy Claeys said...

Harder and harder to find these old "contraptions" with the high prices of scrap these days. Great capture, Amy!

Tricia Hays said...

hmmm, i wonder what it is... wheels & cogs... & vines! the vines sure make it pretty! =)

Tanya said...

what a gorgeous old rusty contraption!!

Pat said...

It's really lovely with all the vines growing over it!

unikorna said...

you are photo wizard, you capture magic and peace with your camera |:).

Rita said...

What a lucky find. Wish I could Identify the contraption. Reminds me of the base of a civil war canon. But, it could also be some old farm equipment.

I agree with Nancy --- things like this keep disappearing from our area -- mostly taken by thieves who sell them for scrap.

Kathy said...

Mother Nature is indeed a very talented landscape artist!

Marie said...

Another rustic scene...but so different!

Annie said...

Looks like there is at least one thing that is perennially cool even during the hottest of times.