Collection of old vintage wheels, I love to photograph anything rusty, dusty and old.
Collection of old vintage wheels. I love to photograph anything rusty, dusty and old, it’s a wheel obsession of rusty goodness 🙂
Spoken For Rusty Wheel
Spent the greater part of my day photographing wheels. May bore some people but I love the rust. I love the history. I love the art I see when I fest my eyes on a “new” set of wheels.
Lug Nut Wheel
The rich patina coming off this metal wheel is superb.
Wheely Cool Art
Two for the price of one – could make for some wheely cool art yard.
Farm Building with Wagon Wheel
Old wooden wagon wheel chained to the fence on a Midwest farm property.
Ivy Covers It – Wheel
Bright green spring ivy taking over this wagon wheel.
Wooden Wagon Wheel
Autumn quickly coming to an end – but this wagon wheel is holding her own.
Rusty Wagon Wheel
Rusty, crusty and VERY cool!
Rusty Wagon Wheel Patina
The second set of inner wheel spokes was rather neat.
Vintage Wagon Wheel
This antique cast iron wagon wheel photography is a timeless piece of art and full of character. A little moss, some rich patina, and spider webs.
Old Vehicle Tire and Hubcap
Hubba! Hubba! Attraction to an old Chevrolet hubcap.
Wooden Wagon Wheel
The craftsmanship is a piece of art. Stunning!
Wooden Wagon Wheel 6
Wood and metal mixed wagon wheel.
Rusty Fly Wheel
Rusty flywheel on a piece of farm equipment. The patina was rich and wonderful.
Flywheel and chain both provide movement.
Wagon in the Clover
Midwest country living. Like old farm equipment and rusty, dusty old things full of history? Watch the fields. Plenty of hidden treasures.
Hauler in the Clover
Many of the old pieces of farm equipment sit as reminders in the fields of the Midwest. Reminders of how things once were.
This old log hauling wagon still hauls the logs.
This piece of farm equipment is still around for another season. The piece has a beautiful rusty patina and lichen formation.
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