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Sunday, October 13, 2013

Harvesting




Two pieces of farm equipment make quick work of what looked to be a soybean field somewhere near Thompson Station and Columbia Tennessee.  Two huge trucks were alongside the field, possibly waiting to receive the crop.  I hope the neighboring homes had their windows closed.





9 comments:

Sandra said...

i read somewhere they use the soybean plants and bale it for feeding cattle... i love that second shot.. really cool

Andy said...

Great capture of bringing in the harvest. Keep on clicking.

Our photos said...

I like this foto!
Greetings, RW & SK

Judy said...

I love this time of year. That's pretty much what it's looking like around here. Great captures.

Anne Payne said...

yesterday we had to quickly close our windows when we heard the combine across the field. A huge cloud of soybean dust and dirt was rising fast! It's amazing how quickly they harvest those fields. I wish I could have gotten some better photos. I was limited to pressing my camera to the window above my bed :)

Brian King said...

That is some serious dust! Good thing he's in an enclosed cab.

Terri Buster said...

Wow, looks at that dust! I agree with Brian...good thing he is inside that cab!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Great captures of the dust! I have some similar photos that I will be publishing this week.

Pamela Gordon said...

The fields behind us were harvested on the weekend too. Very dusty. I like your photos.