There were tractors of every age. And style. And size. For every taste.
There were cars of every make, closely watched by proud owners.
Recognize the make of this very old tractor by one of its wheels? John Deere, of course.
Wheels and pulleys and gears and all kind of parts made up the incredible machines on display.
The bright sunlight and harsh shadows that day meant working in the shade and looking for closeup shots, like this steam engine wheel.
Gears - nestled on gears that turned other gears.
A simple hitch pin ... color, form, line and texture.
Another pin that caught the eye while waiting to be put to use.
part of an old lawn tractor, one from very long ago.
The tray from an old linotype machine in the printing house.
Wooden, not iron. Beautiful, no matter the material.
The side of the antique store in nearby Montgomery, IN. Air conditioning comes to Amish country.
Heading out of town in Montgomery under absolutely beautiful skies.
An old barn we stumbled across on the way home.
And to end the day ... a rainbow that followed us much of the way home.