Hugh over at Hugh Views and News is a delightful blogger who, among other things, has a weekly photo challenge which I don’t expect to ever win but a few days ago on my way home from the dentist’s I ran across this scene.
A wheelbarrow which these days is more decorative than utilitarian. It rested outside in the rain against my neighbor’s fence. I’ve often wondered why it hasn’t been stolen like so many decorative yard art pieces in our neighborhood. Maybe it weighs a ton!
Funny thing how rust, which often renders an object useless, can also make it a work of art. If only, as we aged and rusted, we were viewed as a works of art and not useless!
To all my friends of a certain age, I see you as works of art.
17 thoughts on “Hugh’s Photo Challenge Week 11:Rust”
Love this photo!
Thanks Mary Alice – it was raining so I had no idea how it would turn out!
Thank you Jan. I want to be seen as a work of art. The rust is there, but maybe I can slap on a little paint. :O)
You are definitely a work of art! Perhaps a Picasso?
Yes, Pablo captured the true me. 😀
Thanks. Sometimes I feel a little rusty.
You and me both!
I find that wheelbarrow to be beautiful 🙂
My husband does not think we should hang the shovels etc out on the side of the garage for fear of theft. I suppose after reading this, I’ll have to agree his argument is valid…
Thank you! We have tools and shovels routinely “walk” away!
Thanks. I feel a little rusty but there’s some good in me yet.
Both useful and a work of art I’d say! : )
I always look at my rust as suntan.
Haha! You’ve got a good point!
What lovely words about rust. I completely agree with you, Jan. I think it does turn objects into Works of Art. Maybe that wheelbarrow is secured to the fence if it’s still there? Nevertheless, the rust has certainly given it new life.
Thank you for participating in the challenge and for the lovely comments about me and my blog.
My pleasure! Your posts always make my day!
Love the color of that rusty wheelbarrow. Classic!