Sunday Stills the next challenge: T is for Tractor


Okay were heading back to Gulgong for the T challenge this week.   Of course when I think of the letter T, I cant go past tractors.

tractors in the mist 6When down on the farm, my farmer loves tractors almost above all else.  It is his passion and he has a handful at the moment.  Some work and are very useful around the farm, most do not and are models and of a certain type that he has wanted.  There are still more on the list to come.  One day he wants to have a museum of sorts, whether open to the public or just for himself is yet to be determined.  They are mostly ones he had worked on over his years working as a kid and young adult.  They hold memories for him of a different time when tractors had character much like vintage cars do.  I am hoping for a Chamberlain two seater which he is on the lookout for.

These photos I took one morning, in May I think when it was starting to get chilly in the early morn and the mist was just starting to creep into the valleys and there was a lot of moisture in the grasses, not quite yet frost.

For more photos starting with a T please go to Eds Sunday Stills challenge.

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31 comments

  1. Great images Kaz! I’m rather partial to old tractors myself!

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  2. Gorgeous capture of Tractors Kaz. Something tells me that it’s as loved as your letter J for jetty . Would I be right? 😊

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  3. Wonderful pictures. I love the light in the first on in particular.

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  4. I am not so fond of tractors, but your last image draws to them. Nice picture!

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  5. You know I am so smitten with the grazing tractors – they really are alive 🙂

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  6. Great shots. I’ve never drove one, but found out the other day that my driving license actually covers it… 🙂

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    • Its an interesting drive on an old one, with my poor legs pushing both the brake and clutch in pressing my back up against the old metal seat…..other than that a nice feeling being outside on the farm… might try a newer model next time for practical reasons. How interesting re your license. I wonder if we are the same.. I never even thought about it before I just presumed if your tractor is registered you can drive it on the open road…. hmmm 🙂

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  7. I considered my old Fergie, but she’s looking a little folorn in the shed atm. Nice pics and tractors

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  8. Your photographs of the tractors are gorgeous, if a tractor can be such. The lighting of the sky and the setting adds so much! Truly looks like a piece of art. Certainly makes me want to see more of your posts.

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    • Thanks so much Pat B. I was really amazed the first day I went out and saw the poor old tractors sitting out there in the cold and mist and had to take their photo, went to grab my camera and the mist was gone, had to wait until the next morning and capture it better. Thanks to for stopping by 🙂

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  9. This is such a great post and fabulous photos.
    Love the morning mist image!
    You can’t beat an old tractor with character 😃😃

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  10. These are all beautiful shots. Well done. 🙂

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  11. Very nice farm shots. Thanks for sharing.

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