Thursday, May 4, 2017

the old tractor

heading up the road from town



19 comments:

  1. That's a nice house as well there behind the tractor.

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  2. Plenty of tread left on those tires. :-)

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  3. It all looks so peaceful and calm, although I know old tractors can be rather noisy.

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  4. A nice photo, so quiet riding his tractor through the village.

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  5. I love the contrast between the tractor and the clean white world surrounding it. Great shot Bill.

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  6. We live in a province of farmers. Our traffic jams are caused by farm machinery on the highway. I smiled at this picture!

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  7. I don't see many tractors that aren't red. I like the color of this old beauty.

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  8. Odd spot for it to be stopped in!

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  9. Nice! I love this blue one!

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  10. I think it is well suited to that landscape... just kidding !

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  11. This is just a beautiful area, Bill! Here in Montreal when I see tractors, it is never calm like in your photo, it is city street roadwork!

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  12. Living in the agricultural belt of the Central Drakensberg, we often come across farm vehicles and implements along the road (some illegally) This scene looks so peaceful with a clean tractor riding through such a neat town. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Always love to see tractors on the move -- even when I get behind them on the road and they slow me down. Great respect for farmers!

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  14. Great respect for farmers here too, but I am not very good at standing in a queue in the car or elsewhere.
    Looks so fresh with the clean white paint.

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  15. I often am amazed at the condition of the very clean streets in some of your post. Wonderful image of the tractor smack in the middle of the intersection.

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  16. Well this might be a familiar sight in Moville Bill, but it's been a while since I've seen one on the road here :)

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  17. Now this is something I am very familiar with... just not in a town though!

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