Something old, something new.
Haymaker, you really nailed a great subject, and started it off with some great photos...
I really liked the "farming leaves it's mark" shot...
Also, there are some excellent pictures posted!! I have enjoyed looking at them!!
here's a few to help the cause...
GOOD JOB EVERYONE!!!
The Empire House, Rising Sun, Indiana
Old Mt. Zion Cemetary, south of Vevay, Indiana
The George Street Bridge in Aurora, Indiana
Also, South of Vevay, In.
Out in Dearborn County, Indiana, along Tanners Creek
Also on Tanners Creek...
a couple more results of weathering
Wow to both of those each for their own reasons!
New Hampshire October 2018 Enjoy!!
Great old implements! Thanks for sharing!
The weathered set... from Amador to Bodega.
Wonderful examples of urban decay! The final beach scene is so peaceful. Great set!
A couple from AZ.
The rides that time forgot! Nice!
Many thanks, Haymaker. I thought I had a couple others that were really "weathered" but cannot find them.
We'really here for a couple more days if you happen to run across them!
Shingles and old barn wood. The photo here was transferred onto some kind of material which is weatherproof
I enjoy the unique ways old stuff is made new! That stove is a keeper! Retirement looks good!
steve DeMott wrote:
A few worn-out
Might skip a bath in that particular tub ☺
Great old iron! That lock looks strong, but I don't have high hopes for the hasp
Thanks for posting!