Sterilization

Fred Lassmann

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Augusta, KS - United States

Thank you Lazaro and Angelika.

Bremen - Germany

Congratulation for your Sale! great pic!

La Plata, Bu - Argentina

congrats!

Augusta, KS - United States

Thank you Kay, Jeff.

Selah, WA - United States

wonderful work Congrats

W. Melbourne, FL - United States

Congrats on your sale, Fred! I can remember my mother doing this about a million years ago. :) v

Augusta, KS - United States

Thank you Odon.

Budapest, H - Hungary

Congratulations on your sale....Odon.

Augusta, KS - United States

Thanks all for your comments.

Poinciana, FL - United States

Congrats, Fred!

Fort Myers, FL - United States

Congrats on your sale!!

Augusta, KS - United States

Thank you Larraine and Jim.

Xalapa, ve - Mexico

Congratulations on your sale. Saludos, Mexico

Abingdon, MD - United States

congratulations!

Morehouse, MO - United States

Really wonderful work! the blue glass, rustic fence, Castor bean leaf and Clametis vine all make for a beautiful comp! Congratulations on your sale!! :D

Oshawa, ON - Canada

great news Fred...it's an excellent image...

Thisted, N. - Denmark

Nostalgic, really takes me back. Congrats on the sale.

Morrison, CO - United States

A great find. Congratulations on your sale.

Murray, UT - United States

Stunningly beautiful!!! Congrats on your Sale!!! V/F

Augusta, KS - United States

Thanks John.

Brisbane, CA - United States

Great composition and story of the tricks of the trade. Has to be great living in farm country.

Augusta, KS - United States

Thank you Robert.

Tommerup, Fy - Denmark

I love photos that tell stories. Great nostalgia to this shot too. Reminds me of the preserving jars my mother used for our summer vegetable garden produce.

Anchorage, AK - United States

What a great story behind this wonderful images! As a kid we used to help can food- the old Ball quart jars were the standard tool in our house too.

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