Tuesday, 10 September 2013

The Farming Post

Ploughing and Drag Harrowing
Farmers are working flat out now to get things done.

















20 comments:

  1. HI Roy I love to see the farmers working the land and it must be a race against time for them. Lovely shots.

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  2. prachtige serie van deze hardwerkende boeren zo,n tractor op rupsbanden die zie je bij ons niet,maar wel een heel mooi gezicht.

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    1. het is een drukke tijd voor hen Nic .

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  3. The seasons move on. I especially like the dust from the soil behind the tractor, and graphically, I like the one with the harrow(?) raised behind the tractor.

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  4. lovely scenery and skies and productive work happening on the farming front. Hoping it all gets completed before the heavens open up

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    1. Thanks Carole, yes it is getting colder already with some rain.

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  5. Hey Roy... Impressive photo of these massive machinery, but I like best the photo with the dead tree top!! Natures sculptures, they always catch my eye!!
    Grace

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    1. Thanks GG, yes dead trees are a bit like sculptures.

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  6. It is getting to be that time of year. Great shots. Also enjoyed perusing your earlier posts that I had missed.

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  7. I love to see freshly ploughed and harrowed fields - the weather has been kinder to the farmers this summer and there seems to have been a good harvest.

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    1. I have never met a contented Farmer yet D. {:))

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  8. It's always busy down on the farm Roy!
    With all this big super efficient machinery we have today, it makes me wonder how in the slower age of horse and steam did they get things done in time?
    Love those big skies...[;o)

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    1. Thanks Trevor. The pace of life altogether has increased I think.

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  9. Lovely rural scenes Roy :-) As I've said before I do love your big Fenland skies.

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    1. Thanks David, they are looking a bit dull now though.{:))

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  10. I am really amazed by the clarity of your photos Roy.
    Truly a pleasure to watch.

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