Rusty goodness photography collection. I’m attracted to photographing anything rusty, dusty and old.
Welcome to one of my photo galleries. Currently, you are in the rusty goodness collection. Pictures of rusty farm equipment …bail now, or wait for them to load. Your choice.
Old Rusty Chain
This old rusty chain is on a flywheel that helps to keep a motor running on an old orchard sprayer.
A hand forged metal handle. The rusty surface caught my eye. All the pine old pine needles added to the appeal of this vintage find.
All Tied Up – Rusty Wire
On farms every time a piece of machinery or outdoor equipment needed reinforcement they would wrap the wire around the equipment to keep things organized, tidy and intact. This is an example of where you can use string, twine or such to hold something in place.
Rusty Spring and Hook
Spring coil and hook on a piece of farm equipment.
A metal chain that was wrapped around a barn beam to hold items off the ground in an old barn.
Years of Rusty Goodness
An old screw and bolt on a piece of farm equipment.
In Working Motion
A flywheel on an old orchard sprayer.
Just Hanging On
Old wooden beam on a piece of farm equipment that has rusty screws and bolts.
A Nice Patina on this Tractor Seat
Tractor seat out in a field. The seat has a beautiful rusty patina. A lichen has started to grow on the surface.
Rusty Fly Wheel
Rusty flywheel on a piece of farm equipment. The patina was rich and wonderful.
Old Farm Planter
This piece of equipment hooked to a team of horses to plow fields.
Rust and Moss – Yes, Please
A rusty nail from a moss covered table that use to transplant all of my garden plants into new containers during the spring.
Another nail from a garden table. Winter is tough on items outdoors, through the years it can cause the nails to push up.
There is a Bird in There
A piece of farm equipment with a swallow on the handle.
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