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Tools Of The Smith

Steven Milner

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Tools Of The Smith Photograph

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Omaha, NE - United States

Great shot of these old tools, Steve. Like the texture. V/F.

Steven Milner replied:

Thank you Jeff, I know there man things, but I too find them interesting subjects. They don't move around much! lol

Smithfield, VA - United States

Steven, My grandfather was a blacksmith as well as a farmer. This is a fascinating image. F/V

Steven Milner replied:

Thank you Anne, I am pleased to hear this brought back memories for you.

New Orleans, LA - United States

Steven, such an interesting point of view, and unusual macro shot. I appreciate the focus on wear and rust in this composition which becomes almost architectural in its design. Nicely done! voted

Steven Milner replied:

Greetings Cheri; I am honored and humbled by your thoughtful comments, thank you Cheri for your continued support and vote!!! Warm Regards - steve

Luray, KS - United States

This is cool Steve. We used to live in the little (600 or so) town of Protection Kansas. There was a blacksmith there that could make doggone near anything you could ask for. I loved going to his shop. You really got a handle on the fact that these tools have been used, and used hard. Just like anything else, they have a story. Wouldn't it be great to sit around the black smiths fire and hear a few of them? f/v

Steven Milner replied:

Greetings Don; I totally agree, what great images could be capture from a day with a working Blacksmith!!! Thank you Don for being the first to post your, always thoughtful and interesting comments!!! For your fave and vote, I am always honored and humbled!!! Warm Regards - steve

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