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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #199 – Mechanical/Industrial

OK, guys. Weekend! Time for my contribution to LAPC. This week John is our host. He went back the memory lane a couple decades and directs our view to the time when machines started to first accomplish and ease, and later replace human labor.


I guess, I have to pause the next two or three weeks for LAPC because I’m on a trip. My usual posts are prescheduled.

Take care!

12 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #199 – Mechanical/Industrial”

  1. Wow! A wonderful selection of images for this challenge, my friend! Your processing is exceptional, and it’s hard to pick favorites. If I were to choose images to hang on my wall, I’d pick that steam engine and the coal mine machine house. Truth is, I’d be happy to hang any of them.

  2. Terrific set Andre. Either you are the busiest photographer ever born or the depth of your archives is incredible! Superb . Enjoy your getaway!

    1. Thank you so much, Tina. I restarted photography back in 2008. so, my digital is quite comprehensive. But, I definitely don’t have images for all possible challenges

    1. Thank you so much, Janet. I illuminated that chain with two flashes, each one with a different colored gel. It’s taken inside an industry museum

    1. Thank you so much, John. That train only runs once a month from April to October and 2-3 times around Santa-Clause-Day (06.12.). It’s operated on that old track from a museum for trains. For many years, that track is not in use anymore except for these museum drives. On these „train days“ , the train covers the old track three times in each direction. With a little planning and calculating the right time, it was possible to meet him on track.

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