Thursday, August 23, 2018

Farm Art

Awhile ago, we passed this farm store that was selling field rakes. Living surrounded by country and farms, there are a lot of farm stores around. They had a lot of these rakes in their parking lot, so we pulled in to look.


I thought"Wow, farm equipment art!"




Here are some that were in actual use.

“They’ll trade in their swords for shovels, their spears for rakes and hoes. Nations will quit fighting each other, quit learning how to kill one another.”
Micah 4

17 comments:

Sandi said...

Those are rakes???


....when will that verse in Micah 4 happen?






Nancy Chan said...

If you did not mention, I wouldn't have known these are rakes! They make beautiful arts and very bright and attractive!

Ann said...

They do make for excellent art. I think they look better as art than they do on the tractor.

MadSnapper said...

they are GORGEOUS!! works of art... love every single photo. perfect example of what sunshine does to ordinary things. of course these are not ordinary to me, since I have never even seen one. the close ups are like paintings. LOVE LOVE LOVE them All

George said...

You got some beautiful, artistic photos.

Chatty Crone said...

You should have had us guess what those were - I would NEVER have guessed rake!

MadSnapper said...

take these to LUNAPIC and PLAY... they are perfect for that program

LV said...

Try not to miss your blog as you share some of the most interesting things I have never seen. Would have never known what this was.

Tamago said...

Wow, who knew rakes would make fine art? :-) They look spectacular especially with clear blue sky in the background!

DawnTreader said...

As usual, you find the most unusual sights! :o

photowannabe said...

How gorgeous and I love that you could capture something so ordinary and make it extraordinary.

Ruth Hiebert said...

That is true art and so beautiful.

DeniseinVA said...

Oh wow, talk about a great visual effect. You do spot the most interesting finds Ginny, and then turn them into works of art in your photos. I love those bright, vibrant and contrasting colors.

Gracie and Bobbi said...

Well you did it again Ginny! Unusual and eye-catching... hope you are having a good weekend.

Carla from The River said...

WOW! That is cool.

Unknown said...

Very cool! They do look like works of art!

Ida said...

Wow these are cool. You have a great eye for spotting "art" in unusual subjects like this farm equipment. They remind me of big metal sunflowers. Loved these.

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