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    I think it is a tiller at least...
    I tried using the Google image search, which is pretty worthless in my opinion, to determine exactly what this is and that is the best I could come up with. I should have taken more time to check it out and get a broader picture to reference later, but the rain was starting, it was still a little hike back to the car, and I wanted to grab a couple more shots.

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    1. wh;te [deleted] 35 months ago | reply

      Torture instrument? :))
      Good one!

    2. jmaphotography 35 months ago | reply

      excellent texture! have you tried it in BW! I Think it would be awesome as well.

    3. Billie's Photos 35 months ago | reply

      It didn't have many varying shades for B&W in my opinion. The gray scale was too even. I liked the contrast of the blue.

    4. AutisticReaction 35 months ago | reply

      Like those cyan coloured details on that dangerous looking toy.. ;)

    5. rsc_escher 35 months ago | reply

      Acupuncture at it's finest... :)

      Cool shot, and I am pretty sure it's an aerator, but really short tines...so I could be wrong too

    6. Billie's Photos 35 months ago | reply

      Aerator make sense! I am going to have to make a trip back out there sometime to investigate more!

    7. Flick Vlooi 35 months ago | reply

      Now THAT is an interesting 'implement'...awesome find!

    8. *Lie ... on & off ... ! 35 months ago | reply

      Wow , what an instrument !
      Don't know what it is but I like the colours !

      Seen on your photo stream. (?)

    9. Knauer Digital 35 months ago | reply

      A cool shot! Never seen such a machine before. What do you use this for?

    10. enri1410 35 months ago | reply

      fantastic!An agriculture old style mchine,just for museum!have a good week!

    11. Frank van de Loo 35 months ago | reply

      Nice work Billie!

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