Tractor graveyard: Where tractors go to die

A tractor graveyard in Florival, Wallonia.

Tractor graveyard in Florival
Tractor graveyard in Florival
Tractor graveyard in Florival
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Also entered into Frank’s photo challenge – Abandoned – at https://dutchgoesthephoto.net/2017/01/24/tuesday-photo-challenge-abandoned/

23 thoughts on “Tractor graveyard: Where tractors go to die”

    1. It must be, Carol, if only for their scrap value. Funnily enough, later on the same day I was walking through a village about 10 km away and a white van was trawling the streets asking (in a very loud message conveyed through a loudspeaker) for scrap metal, old fridges, cookers, pans, motors, bikes etc. I felt like saying “just go south for 10 km and it will like Treasure Island for you!”

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        2. I like how you move from wide angles, and context of the subject to closer ones. Very observing post, Denzil. I am glad you discovered my challenge. Thank you.

          1. Thanks Paula, I am aware that the resolution or texture or whatever isn’t the best. It’s just a compact digital camera and I haven’t worked out how to set it for the best B/W photos, but as you have a biweekly challenge I better start to learn!

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              2. Wonderful photos Denzil. Imagine the stories behind these old tractors, there must be so much history there. Great play on words too, love the title. 😊

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