So that might make him a bit of a merde then? Love the photo!
It's such a pretty sight! Maybe not ancient but certainly old!
It always surprises me to see farm equipment out in the middle of a field..left behind like some giant toy that ran out of gas.
Terri, I have often wondered why pieces of equipment are just left out in fields. Strange to me!
I can truthfully say that is the first manure spreader I have ever seen.
A peaceful scene and not the least bit of manure in sight!Christineandhercamera.blogspot.com
Pretty scene with the wildflowers. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)
Love seeing images like this. I try to imagine all of the lives that were involved and the stories they could tell. Great photo!
It's a beautiful setting....a good place to retire. :)
It's a beautiful shot!
We had an old wooden one which eventually fell apart, that one is probably still salvageable for use since it is all metal. The wooden ones had a seat at the front for driving the horses.
Love that picture! A beautiful shot...Warm hug,Titti
It sure makes for an interesting and beautiful photo.
Love this pastoral scene!
Michelle, I can just see this as a painting! It is beautiful.
Thank you, Rose!
It must have done some good at some point in the past considering the nice flowers around...;)
Love the quote and the picture is lovely. Very peaceful.
I love seeing photos of rusting old farm equipment! It reminds me of my dad's old place.Plus I just want to say that you are awesome and your photos give me peace... :)
Your new header looks awesome! I love seeing equipment out in the fields....old or new! Enjoy your day
I always wonder why farm equipment is just abandoned in the middle of a field like that. Great shot. xo Laura
Maybe it ran out of steam (or manure to spread) - Neat find and a great photo.
The same is here, things are just abandoned in the middle of nowhere ! some are quite 'ancient' too !
Ya, but it got the job done. That's no cow crap either.
Manure is being spread all over Canada. There is a election campaign going on for federal government.
Nice! And I love your new header.
I often see these old machines left in the fields. They are the best kind of 'lawn' ornament.
One of the things I have commented about to my husband as we drive around the Wisconsin countryside is how randomly things are left in the fields. Do they break down, run out of gas, or just become outdated ? I guess I am more picky than I care to admit, I often want to clean up the rural Farms I pass!
Old farm equipment in fields it's found all over the world.Merle.......
Your quote of Molière made me laugh out loud...