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Despite it’s many years of use, this contraption still stands out in the field, its paint matching nothing in its organic surroundings.

Also interesting is the farmers-ingenuity for a chute handle, a simple hand-lever that a farm-hand walking alongside can operate to open and close the seeder.

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angle, chute, farm, green, lever, rust, seed, seeder, tool

Stephen is a semi-professional photographer based in Adelaide, South Australia. He shoots a wide range of subjects from macros to landscapes to portraits.
Stephen enjoys capturing images of the world as he sees it, travelling as far as Kangaroo Island and New Zealand to find and photograph.
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Comments

  • kookylane
    kookylaneabout 7 years ago

    HEY! great composition, gotta love those rustic textures too

  • Stephen Mitchell
    Stephen Mitchellabout 7 years ago

    Heya Kookylane, Thanks for the comment.

  • Paul Vanzella
    Paul Vanzellaabout 7 years ago

    Nice work Steph – love the framing of this image – it just works so well.

  • Stephen Mitchell
    Stephen Mitchellabout 7 years ago

    Thank you Paul, your compliment is highly appreciated!

  • Stephen Mitchell
    Stephen Mitchellabout 7 years ago

    PS. Steph = please, cod no! Sounds effeminate!
    Stephen = at minimum.

  • Kate
    Kateabout 7 years ago

    Rust – gotta love it! Great stuff stephen

  • katrinaread
    katrinareadabout 7 years ago

    This would look hot in a room with brown tones. Gorgeous!

  • Stephen Mitchell
    Stephen Mitchellabout 7 years ago

    Thanks Katrina, yeah, I see that working. Good idea!

  • Susan Grissom
    Susan Grissomover 6 years ago

    Love the colors in this, who would imagine rust could be so beautiful and abstract

  • Stephen Mitchell
    Stephen Mitchellover 6 years ago

    Thanks Susan , that’s so exactly why I enjoy farm-yard photography. Everything has an artistic slant/bent/angle, everything looks different at different times of the day, and there is rust everywhere!

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