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This is a collage of five of my photographs of an antique Kenmore rotary sewing machine sold by Sears, Roebuck and Company. According to the Sears... more
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This is a collage of five of my photographs of an antique Kenmore rotary sewing machine sold by Sears, Roebuck and Company. According to the Sears Archive website, E6354, Model 117.600 was produced in the year 1938.
A life-long resident of Plymouth, Massachusetts, I have been pursuing my passion for landscape photography ever since retiring. Much of my work is captured primarily in and around my historic hometown and nearby areas on the South Shore of Massachusetts. My photography represents how I view the world. I am drawn to beauty in simplicity. It is where I find the most peace. It is my hope that my photos will evoke same emotions within the viewers. Thank you for taking the time to look and comment. I hope you like my pictures as much as I enjoy photography. PLEASE NOTE: The FineArtAmerica watermark does NOT appear on sold images. COPYRIGHT NOTICE: These images may not be downloaded, reproduced, copied, altered, edited,...
Nice collage and a very cool old sewing machine!
Janice Drew replied:
Thank you, Linda.