MT FOREST PICTURES...
I had to look twice at this one. My dad was a poor farmer in southern Iowa and he had a two row just like this but he had an H tractor not an M. His equipment was probably bought used and it was rusted to a wine color. He picked all of his corn, two rows at a time with that wagon following behind. That is when you sold the corn unshelled, corn still on the cob. That has been restored into a great antique memory.
great color!How about an ornery little fella for Ruby Tuesday?
Some big boy's toy! :)Great find for Ruby Tuesday.Carletta’s Captures.
The pointed ends make it look like a rocketship, ready to blast through the farm!
This machine is so new and nicely polished that it looks like a show piece. Is it attached to a tractor to move?
Ann, it was at Bobs Corn farm, and I did not know how it was used until Larry Burgus commented on how they were used when he was a boy. It was not hooked to a trailer, so I assume they still use it.
this looks like one of my nephew's toys.:p gorgeous red!
Now that is a bright red big boy toy.
It's such a wonderful contrast with the green all around. Lovely photo composition.Mine's posted. "I came, HE SAWED, we conquered."Here's the permalink to Tuesday's entry.
awww thats cute!u may view mine if u have time
That looks like one mean farm machine! And the red color really makes it stand out...
You definitely can't miss that big red piece of machinery when your out in the field. Wishing you a picture perfect RRT!
that is a wonderful photo!!loved it..
Great ruby red photo! It really stands out!
Scarlet harvestermowing down the rows of corn,don’t you ever tire?My Ruby Tuesday
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