Where Does It All End??? by seeya
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Many items have accumulated at my home over the years. At the side of the house is a cement area that was once where a boat was stored, eventually becoming a half court basketball area for the grandsons. At some point a welding unit from the 1950’s was left…an oxygen tank and an acetylene tank on a rolling metal cart and surrounded by what seems to be miles of chain.

My Yard, Pleasanton, CA
Nikon D3200 f/4.5 1/60 ISO-900 30mm

FEATURED IN: BACKYARD PHOTOGRAPHY/ART
FEATURED IN: METALLIC JUNCTION

Tags

chains, links, rust, copper, patina, tank

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Comments

  • AuntDot
    AuntDotover 1 year ago

    Terrific find! Lots of rust…right up my alley!

  • I was thinking of you when I noticed what I had right in my own yard! Thanks for taking a look, Dot! Sandy

    – seeya

  • Karen  Betts
    Karen Bettsover 1 year ago

    Oh this is just wonderful love the rusty chains and the tangle love the rusty key to the right wonder if that is any use at all.

    Love the title

  • Hi Karen! I have been trying to figure out what the “key” is for also! This is a small amount of the chains that are on the cart so the title really was what I was thinking when trying to figure out if there was a beginning and an end the the chain. Thanks for your comments:) Sandy

    – seeya

  • Irina Chuckowree
    Irina Chuckowreeover 1 year ago

    quite a puzzle!
    I hope you didn’t get your hands dirty to find out :)
    great capture!

  • Irina, it is even more of a puzzle than you can see! No dirty hands—-yet! Thanks for the favorite:) Sandy

    – seeya

  • walstraasart
    walstraasartover 1 year ago

    Love this work and its colours!

  • Appreciate the favorite, Thea! Funny part is that I had never noticed the blue links before:) Sandy

    – seeya

  • Ana Belaj
    Ana Belajover 1 year ago

    And where is the beginning?These old chains have their untold story!Great capture my friend!

  • The beginning is just as unknown as the end, Ana! Appreciate your comments as well as the favorite:) Sandy

    – seeya

  • billfox256
    billfox256over 1 year ago

    It looks like they, at least, left the key!!!! A terrific capture!!! Bill

  • Key, yes-if that is what it is. Lock-no, none to be found! I looked again today at the detail of the chains and along the side of the cart they look like snow tire chains, which is entirely possible as we used to ski often in the Sierra’s:) Sandy

    – seeya

  • teresa731
    teresa731over 1 year ago

  • I keep telling my grandsons that there is art in that old cart, so now maybe they will believe me! Thanks so much for the honor, Teresa:) Sandy

    – seeya

  • Robin Brown
    Robin Brownover 1 year ago

    There’s a link in there somewhere!
    Rustastic find Sandy :o) xx

  • Thanks Robin, I guess I will just have to keep looking-I just hope the link isn’t the missing one! Sandy

    – seeya

  • Manon Boily
    Manon Boilyover 1 year ago

    this is really nice with that mix of colors. well done. you should enter the picture in this group

  • Thanks for the favorite and for the group suggestion, Manon. I am a member and I obviously overlooked added my rusty mix! Sandy

    – seeya

  • Sandra Foster
    Sandra Fosterover 1 year ago

    Great capture and good eye Sandy!

  • Thank you Sandra! It has been with our family since the mid 50’s and I never noticed the great colors before! Sandy

    – seeya

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