by Milo Smith
We like to drive around the countryside and while we enjoy nature, sometimes the man-made stuff interests us too.
We were recently guided by a friend to this old wreck of a tractor at the western end of county road 21. I liked the late afternoon sun as it struck the side of the vehicle but then decided to make it black and white to make it feel a bit older.
Image #2 is similar, but in colour, taken several years ago in Glen Robertson in front of a former service station. It has since disappeared.
The final image was made on county road 45. The landowner has a collection of old farm equipment strewn around the property. This was (obviously) shot in winter and the snow makes the image more striking.
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Excellent shots, Milo! Old trucks and tractors are very appealing subject matter.
Great photos, I love the character and textures of old abandoned vehicles.