Saturday, November 29, 2008

PHoto Hunt Metal

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Things like this always fascinate me you know at some points they moved precisely and were so useful --maybe I think they deserve respect for all the work they did

11 comments:

Emzkie said...

what is that? something to used for the farm?

Catherine said...

Yes, I understand what you mean, Marcia.
This thing comes from a time when they were created to last for ages.
I guess that its owner 'took care' of it because it was indispensable to his work. It was made of resistant material, nowaday we're in the plastic culture all is disposable. We have not enough time to become "attached" to our possessions.

Amanda said...

I love shots of gears, great work.

Have a wonderful weekend!
Amanda

Mrs Mecomber said...

Same sentiments here. Old stuff can still be useful, even though it's just old.

I did Photo Hunt today, too. I hope you get a chance to visit and leave your link. :)
Mrs. Mecomber
New York Traveler.net Photo Hunters: Metal

Catherine said...

Not necessary to post that :
French American Friendship
I've published it this morning in error, I haven't finished it.
So this evening, I've just posted it again. Thanks to remind me, Marcia.

Alice Audrey said...

I think they do deserve respect for the work they did. They also are interesting to look at in and of themselves.

A. said...

A lovely shot - it makes you think about the stories it could tell.

Thanks for your visit earlier. :)

Tammy said...

I agree, I think it would tell amazing stories! Perfect picture for this week's theme!

bing said...

what a tribute to the inanimate and often unnoticed helpers in our lives!

philos said...

Sure makes one think about the work that went into it. Good choice! :)

eam said...

Gears... perfect! that's what comes to mind when talking of metals. Yes, it's all rusty now but in its time- it served its purpose and it served it well...

just because everything is and can be made of metal, i decided to take "my metal" to its very core- its purest state... see it when you get the chance! :-)