Work 484-486; Slurry Tank Summer Posted on July 14, 2011 by Michael St.Mark Slurry Tank Summer Slurry Tank Summer c. Michael St.Mark 2010 Derived Works STSD1 STSD2 .Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
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I’ve posted a response on my blog with a link back to your page. Hope you don’t mind. Let me know if you do & I’ll delete
It is fine Maxie, you have surely excelled yourself!
I love the fact that a lot of the ‘slurry’ appears to be running down the sides of the tank, the rust is certainly the right colour 😀
Why do farmers always end up with loads of expensive machinery lying rusting in fields? When you walk in the countryside it is a surprise when there is none to be seen, i certainly expect to see a few rusty ‘skeletons’ in their final resting place.
I love the 2 small photos, it looks as though clouds are reflected in the background.
Yes Mrs B, that’s one of the levels the image works, echos of a summers day on the tank itself.