This is an old planter that my husband discovered in the ruins of an old shed on our farm.
What a scenic picture!
cool! i bet that also looks super awesome in the spring time!
Beautifully captured. Looks unused for a long time. Wonderful rustic feel to it, loved it.Have a fabulous day Michelle:)
Love the flecks of blue paint -- awesome! :)
Cool old stuff. Again, it's a story by itself.
Mysterious machines, warm light and colors!
OK, I'll bite. What was it originally, before it became a planter? :-}
it is really gorgeous!
Wonderful image..I like that bit of orange!
What's old is new again! Pastoral setting with a glimpse of yesteryear.
We have all sorts of olden machinery hidden back behind the machine shed. I've never thought of snappin' a pic of 'em.This made for a beautiful picture!!!
I love to take pictures like this, getting the picture just right to show the treasure underneath!
Gorgeous...love the peek of red in the back on the barn!
and the vines come and reclaim that which has been denied them...lovely photo Michelle!
Excellent photography.I like the post-processing very much.Regards and best wishes
Where did you find that? What a composition and what colors. I always look forward to your Thursday pictures. This morning I couldn't open your blog, but I persisted and right now I could. I'm glad for it.
be able to arrive, to grow - wonderful picture.please have you all a good friday.
Beautiful photo! The colors are so vibrant!
This is pretty cool. I like the way it has tangled vines running through it.
love it michelle...
You're so lucky to have neat old stuff on your farm. The only old stuff on mine.. is me. :-) Well, the house is 100 years old and I'm not.. LOL!
very nice composition! Nature reclaims everything ;)
Picture of days gone by.
It's all about the light and the nostalgic feeling. Perfect! Also the wildflower setting on the previous post. :)
I just love shots like this one!
I offically want to live on your farm! Love this picture.
Wouldn't it be interesting to see who used this machinery.
I wish I could do a post like this without commenting. Awesome work.