The vintage wagon wheel in my photographs is a family heirloom that dates back to the late-1920s to early-1930s.
Once upon a time, it was one of a group of four similar wheels that were on a working wagon used to grow and harvest crops, which in turn provided income for the family. The wagon wheel originally belonged to my husband's late grandfather who owned a farm and land in Oklahoma.
Please click to listen to the song I chose to play along with my post
"So rock me momma like a wagon wheel; Rock me momma any way you feel. Hey, momma rock me! Rock me momma like the wind and the rain, Rock me momma like a south bound train. Hey, momma rock me!"
This is my entry to the Monday Missions Contest hosted by the incredible @qurator
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Also tagging the awesome @old-guy-photos and host of the #sepiasaturday tag, as the antique wheel images have a natural sepia tone to them
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Images taken with Samsung Galaxy Note8
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