Monday, February 16, 2009

Monochrome Monday--Old Allis Chalmers Tractor


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14 comments:

Aileni said...

Jonna has posted a similar machine - it looks well enlarged.

Dina ... UK said...

Look's like it has done a lot of work...I like the Sepia...:-)

2sweetnsaxy said...

Great shot. The sepia tones really make it look like an antique photo.

John said...

Great b/w capture.

BJ Roan said...

Love those old tractors, almost as much as barnes!

Dragonstar said...

That's a wonderful old tractor! Loads of detail when it's enlarged.

Linnea W said...

Hi,
I'm finally getting around to leaving comments - which has only been working intermittently. Thanks for stopping by my MM.

Your tractor shots looks like an antique. I wonder if it's still running...hee, hee.

Congrats on your newest award and thanks for thinking of me and my blog! Keep up the great blogging!

Cheers from rainy San Ramon.

Deeptesh said...

Hi Sunshine,nice 2 drop by ur blog once again.And I've sent u an invitation on ur mail 2 b on my facebook.Not sure whether it reached u though.If it has,pls do accept the invitation.Otherwise pls leave a comment on ur blog.I'll resend it.Be sure 2 do it b4 2moro.

Cheers
DEeptesh

Aiden said...

I was reading your sports story and looking at your photos. You take such wonderful pictures, and I like your stories; however, I feel you need an angle to attract attention to yourself. Then it occurred to me. You have the angle. Write about your experiences as a small town girl growing up in the Midwest and you can incorporate your pictures in with your stories. That would make for a wonderful read, and it would be unique. Another suggestion is not to focus on everything about you too, but include some people around you. Tell us about your town, the people you grew up with. Your unique sense of humor is good enough to stand out and make these stories interesting.

Bobbi said...

It looks like a true antique photo - cool!!

floreta said...

i love it! the subject with the colors gives it an old time feel..

did you color/edit this with a photo program or take it in monochrome?

michael bird said...

The 'old allis chalmers' has done its work and now is taking a well deserved rest, or maybe rust. Looks like it's 'rusting' well, too. Nice one, Sunshine.

"Sunshine" said...

I took it in mono.

Caroline Ross said...

i really love you blog and you photos, so i hope you dont mind if i follow! :)