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Wheelwright display at the Blacksmith Cottage and Forge in Bacchus Marsh.Specs Fl 6mm, F2.8, 1/20 sec, ISO 200, taken with Panasonic DMC-FZ20.
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Great photo Anne! I love “shed” photos, with all the bits and pieces of old machinery and tools.
Yummy .. .the raw wood looks delicious!!! Wood and Metal … YUM!! I wish I could smell ;) LOL
Thank you both. Can I be honest? I was having trouble with my camera and thought there was a fault. I had taken some rather unsatisfactory photos of VIPs moments before, then went back in and fiddled and took this shot! Now I know it was user error!! But the more I look at this pic the more I like it.
As for shed photos, Whirli – you have inspired me to take some pix of my Dad’s workshop. He’s the biggest magpie I’ve ever known. He’ll pick a rusty old screw up off the ground and pop it in a tin in his shed in case it might come in handy!!! He has a pile of old electric fans stacked up against a wall outside the shed. And the t-shirt I did called Rock Off shows an actual piece of the old post office demolished in the 1950s. I love that rock. So, maybe more ’Shed" photos to come.
mmm. happy memories. My dad made a buggy when I was about 10, in mostly the traditional way – the hubs were machined mettle with ball bearings and the tires had a solid rubber ring, but everything else was done properly, he even forged all the mettle fittings. As a result I spent a fair bit of time in workshops like this, his and other peoples. The smell of the wood and the sound of the spoke shave… …
did you manage to re-take your VIP photos after fixing the camera??
Hi Janice – they sound like happy memories for you! I hope so and would be glad to have helped provoke them.
No, I didn’t retake the ViPs unfortunately – but did a touch of touching up and they were fine for the paper!
My grandpa’s job was to make wheels for buggies just like that. I used to love going to his workshop and seeing pretty much what you photographed here. It was in France though :)
Great picture – perfect exposure. I love old technology – seems so much more wholesome!
I really love the light and tone in this one.
wonderful shot Anne
Thank you Jeremy.
– Anne van Alkemade
Thanks Robert. Glad you like it.