Antique mower

Posted by
Harry (Apex, NC, United States) on 28 February 2016 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

The metal wheels and the wooden tongue date this mower. Probably unused for decades.

SONY SLT-A77V 1/250 second F/9.0 ISO 400 16 mm (35mm equiv.)

Welcome to all. I began blogging Retained-Images in 2004 at My-Expressions.com. It is gone now.

Nicou from Sion, Switzerland

Ce râteau de fer accompagne parfaitement le tronc de l'arbre et quelle roue superbe.
Amitié

28 Feb 2016 5:30am

tataray from Charentes-Poitou, France

Bel objet ancien que cette faucheuse.
Composition superbe. )

28 Feb 2016 7:03am

jpla from St Barthélémy d, France

Ce n'est plus tout jeune
JP

28 Feb 2016 7:26am

Hiro from Kyoto, Japan

I like the textures of such old things. Thanks for sharing.

28 Feb 2016 9:17am

Gérard from Marseille, France

Dangerous !!

28 Feb 2016 10:14am

Graciel·la (Vic. Catalonia) from CAT. New European State, Poland

Probably! Great image.

28 Feb 2016 10:20am

grouser from Ludlow, United Kingdom

Marvellous bit of machinery and a sculpture in itself

28 Feb 2016 10:35am

franz from Baden, Austria

i like the symmetry here, and as grouser says, it's a sculpture in itself. very appealing muted colours, too!

28 Feb 2016 11:04am

Willem from Noord-Scharwoude, Netherlands

Great and clear detail shot.

28 Feb 2016 1:20pm

Mhelene from Villiers-sur-Marne, France

Superb composition.

28 Feb 2016 2:02pm

Don from Spokane, United States

A good picture of this unusual cutter despite the wood cover.

28 Feb 2016 5:37pm

Alun from Elton, United Kingdom

Love all this rusty metal, great shot

28 Feb 2016 7:07pm

Ruthiebear from Titusville, NJ, United States

THe rusty color really pops

28 Feb 2016 7:10pm

jean pierre a from France

sacré "dents"!! amitiés

28 Feb 2016 7:29pm

beach from Oshawa, Ontario, Canada

We used something similar, only not with a steel wheels or wooden tongue, but otherwise much the same. Nostalgia for me.

28 Feb 2016 8:23pm

@beach: My grandpa had one with a blade like this, but it somehow hooked to the back of his tractor and didn't have its own wheels And yes, it was dangerous - he lost a finger using it.

kerrfoa from Rennes, France

Curiosité insolite

28 Feb 2016 9:35pm

Philnz from Ngatea, New Zealand

Seen better days. Back home now working on getting my knee back to full function.

28 Feb 2016 9:49pm

Michael Rawluk from Williams Lake, BC, Canada

Nice. Except for the rust, it looks like it is ready to be hooked up and onto the hay field.

29 Feb 2016 12:23am

James from Central Florida, United States

I like the way it seems to belong right where it is ... probably has not been moved in decades.

29 Feb 2016 1:49am

L'Angevine from Angers, France

bien

29 Feb 2016 3:05pm