Folks, I live with a bit of a hoarder: he has grown up with a “keep that, you might need it one day” ethos that many rural farmers have, and it proves useful more often than I’d care to admit! You see, I don’t have a lot of vision, so if I can’t clearly see a use for something right now then I’m likely to move it on.
Consequently, I sometimes go “garage saling” in our shed when I’m looking for something that might suit my needs. Last night I found some wire crates to cover newly-planted seedlings with (sheep are undiscerning weeders), and spotted this collection of old jerry cans; they looked so appealing, I went back to the house for my camera.
Panasonic Lumix DMC GX7 with Panasonic-Leica 45mm f2.8.
My first shot of this patinated old Foden truck was more straightforward and predictable, but after a while I paid more attention to the weeds growing in front of it, and placed my focus there instead.