These new and improved appliances that were made to make us women’s work oh so easy and such a joy!
Taken at the Warrnambool Cheese Factory and Museum in Victoria Australia
Processed in PSE9 and Topaz AdjustTexture added is from Pareerica
vintage, washing machine, polisher, museum, old, antique, still life, texture
‘A man should hear a little music, read a little poetry, and see a fine picture every day of his life, in order that worldly cares may not obliterate the sense of the beautiful which God has implanted in the human soul’
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
great worki am glad it improved :)
Me too…thanks Sylvia!
– Lynda Heins
Great comp and processing Lynda. Looks great framed too. Glad we don’t have to use them though :o)
Would have much time left to get out with our cameras, lol! Thanks so much Kathy:-))
VERY hard to imagine using these things, that polisher looks soooo heavy. Housework really WAS work back then, doing the floors was an all day job, and looking at that wringer just makes my back hurt LOL!!!! And the thought of doing all this in a dress with 3 layers of underwear…….I would have to say we have it made now!This is a great shot and lovely processing and a nice trip down memory lane, just glad it is someone else’s memories and not MINE!!!!!
Thank you Chrissy……I’m with you LOL….we really don’t realise just how much easier we have it these days! Thanks for the fave also…always so appreciated!:-))
Great image, Lynda, love this!
Fantastic capture Lynda
Thankyou so kindly Roy, and for the fave…..pleased that you like this!
So pleased that you like this John….thankyou!
nice lighting and the combination of shapes and tetures Lynda
Really appreciated Dennis…thankyou!
very droll Lynda, no matter how fancy the tools get as long as its called “womens work” it’ll suck, love the shot and the PP though, must get down to Warrnambool soon :))
Ha ha…..so true Margaret, not my favourite pass time! Love getting over to Warrnambool……thanks for the great comments!!
The processing has really made this work – love the colour range here.
Thanks Helen…just love getting into these museums full of everything old!:-)
This is such a neat image, love the edit!!!
Had fun with this one….thankyou Viv!!