Sally Russick of The Studio Sublime is hosting a year long challenge which is... sublime... as you'd expect with such a studio name. The challenge is named 'Focusing on Life' and every week Sally is sending a prompt on what should we focus the following week.
This week I'm a tad late to the party, for unknown reasons (I had the pictures all along... just didn't get to publishing them).
The theme was 'Industrial photography' and I must admit I was a bit stumped at first. I don't like industrial anything; long story - enough to say that where I'm coming from they (the communists) destroyed a perfectly lovely agricultural country to transform it (based on the Marx's and Engels' Manifesto - read it one day, you'll be surprised) in an industrial one.
On Tuesday last week, as I was leaving the fitness studio my eyes fell on the neighbour's backyard. The neighbour is an auto service place... and in the backyard?! This:
Then I remembered about our Thanksgiving trip and the turn-of-last-century engines:
That too should speak about industrial, as it's really from the beginning of the industrial 'revolution'... a working 'relic' :)
Please make sure you check everybody else's take on this week's theme: