Thursday, 22 August 2013

The Farming Post

More recent activity on the Farming front.
Barley and Wheat harvesting on a hot and dusty day.
















16 comments:

  1. Wat een machines het zijn gewoon rijdende fabrieken.

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  2. That's a pretty sweet ride! Grew up near John Deere's birth place in Rutland, Vermont. (Yet another town name borrowed we borrowed from our friends across the pond)

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    1. Thanks Steve. Yes, one of many.{:))

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  3. Good stuff Roy, a scene common up and down the country at the moment and a reminder that the year is on the turn once more :-) I hope you kept your camera out of all that dust !

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    1. Thanks David. Yes it is water resistant and the lens that I was using so hopefully no problems.

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  4. All finished around the village here also Roy. I didn't manage to get close enough to photo this year.

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  5. It's been great weather recently for all this. Makes a change.

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    1. Yes and we still have a few nice days to come I hope Keith.

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  6. Hey Roy... Been down on the farm huh! ; )
    They are some big machines!! I wouldn't want to be a critter in that field, you wouldn't make it out alive!!
    How did your camera fair in all that dust??

    Grace

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    1. The Camera and the lens I was using is water resistant so it shouldn't have any problem with dust. I did do any lens changing.

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  7. Costa Verde hurricane passed.
    This text was always said to us as they were again beaten to harvesting :-) Lovely series Roy.

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    1. We have had it dry here Helma.
      We hebben hier het droog Helma.

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  8. This huge machinery they use nowadays is amazing and a bit overwhelming. You can see scenes like this on the central plains over here and in the high mountains of Idaho!

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    1. Much smaller fields here Kathie.{:))

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