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Black and Red by WayneBenedet Black and Red by WayneBenedet
Just a little something I was playing around with a while back.

I went to Carman today to take "The Voice of the Pioneer" down. It is sitting in boxes in my breezeway now. Hardly even enough room for the dog.

I also met with the Free Press Reporter, Bill Redekop today as well. He came to Carman before we took the show down so he could have a look see. The plan is to run an article in the Entertainment Section of the Free Press while the show is in Steinbach.

The show in Steinbach starts on Monday, the 71 prints will fill my truck, the back seat will be full and tailgate will have to be down to accommodate two of the crates.

There is a 40% risk of rain on Monday. If you have any pull with the Big Guy arrange for rain in the afternoon when we are on our way home. The crates will get wet but the prints will not. It would be a good compromise from my perspective. Problem is... my perspective hardly ever coincides with the Big Guys.

... enjoy.

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Tractors park in front of my house very often and they are not your grandfathers equipment. Beautiful and air conditioned, and bright vibrant greens and yellows. I never thought I would enjoy them so much and take pictures of them.
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vanalan1 Feb 7, 2013
Great image. Would like to see it larger.
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:iconwaynebenedet:
thanks.

I am sorry about the size limitations. I post images at 1300x990 or so for the first couple of days. After that they are reduced to help prevent theft of higher quality images.
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NR43 May 28, 2012   Traditional Artist
I love old and rusty machines... will paint some from life for sure!
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:iconcorvidae65:
I like this a lot, wayne. Thecolor pop in the black and white gives this a little surreal feel--almost like one of those hand-colored pictures of days gone by.
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:iconmoondarter:
Dorothy's father's tractor also landed in Oz. :D

I like this. It's somehow Just Right.
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:iconwaynebenedet:
I did not know that about Dorothy's father's tractor.... but I am sure I can make use of that information somehow :D lol.

thanks for taking time to comment, and I am happy you liked the image.
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:iconadrih17:
Nicely done! Stands out very well.
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peterpateman May 1, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
This technique is effective here. I wonder what it would look like with the tractor in black and white and the background in colour?
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