A Farmers Memory

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 Touched up with Kim Klassen's peeling paint texture for Touch Up Tuesday

If these gears look familiar to you than you probably grew up on a farm in the 1930s and 40s. We took my visiting family to a "real country restaurant".  And outside was this old heap of rust.  My grandfather says it's a Thrasher machine for separating parts of the corn or wheat. All I can think of when he says thrasher is a movie I saw with my husband in the theater a few weekends ago!  I thought the gears looked pretty cool though.  Share your Photo Story behind your images at Trendy Treehouse and Today in your corner of the world!

14 comments :

  1. This is really cool - I love your edit, it's very fitting!

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  2. Love this edit! Thanks so much for linking up :)

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  3. Cool shot! Love the texture!

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  4. visit Iowa for a a summer. They have several Old Thasher Festivals.

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  5. Great texture! I downloaded Peeling Paint, and both you and Tammy Lee Bradley have used it so effectively, I'm jealous I haven't found the right photo for it - this is definitely the right photo!

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  6. Thanks Girls!
    vphonegirl - seriously Thrasher Festivals?

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  7. Great photo, and I bet my daddy would recognize those gears. I can't wait to use this texture!

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  8. You always find the most interesting things to photograph and I always love your use of texture!

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  9. I am so glad my husband doesn't like those kind of films. you are brave.

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  10. Cool edits!
    I love the texture you used!
    Have a Fabulous Wednesday!

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  11. Great photos!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Yvonne

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  12. Great use of texture! I love it.

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  13. That texture edit is gorgeous! It totally fits the mood of the photo!

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