Southern Scythe Squad
Luddite |ˈlədˌīt|noun. A member of any of the bands of English workers who destroyed machinery, esp. in cotton and woolenmills, that they believed was threatening their jobs (1811–16).• a person opposed to increased industrialization or new technology : a small-minded Luddite resisting progress.
Southern Scythe Squad members are not quite Luddites, but Marshall Roberts‘ website design and content are a novel way to bring attention to an environmentally friendly way to cut grass and weeds, get fit, achieve mind balance, help a neighbour and bond with mates.
“….congratulations! What you have put together should be nominated for “Niftiest New Scythe Website of the Year”. I doubt that someone will come up with anything more humorous, yet sprinkled with deep meaning throughout….”
Marshall and I work together on projects such as these.
He is very precise thinker, talented in writing copy, database building, website design and functionality and more.
In this case, I wear the hat of an agriculture photographer. I have others which change me into a commercial or industrial photographer when necessary – please don’t ask about the hat I’m wearing in the scything photographs 🙂