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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Cotton Express




Lots of big teeth.

Use my label "cotton" for more cotton pickin'.




Rurality Blog Hop #39

19 comments:

Our photos said...

I do not recognize the machine.
Greetings, RW & SK

Nancy Claeys said...

Now I see those teeth you showed us earlier... behemoth of a machine!

Judy said...

Wow, that is one big machine.

Pamela Gordon said...

And now we know what the 'contraption' is. That is quite a piece of machinery. It amazes me the ingenuity of that people invent and build these things to farm the land where people used to do the work. I wouldn't want to be in it's path!

Sandra said...

I should have guessed that since you have been showing cotton. that first shot it looks like something from outer space... great shot

Anne Payne said...

And now we know! Cool shots, Amy :)

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

A cotton picker! I never thought of that. But I did think it was some kind of a picker.

Cranberry Morning said...

That is the biggest, cotton pickin' cotton picker I've ever seen! and probably the only one I've seen except for others you may have shown me. You KNOW I love this post!!

Gail Dixon said...

Ah, now the other shots make sense. That is a behemoth!

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Aha! That where the teeth came from! This is the first time I've seen a cotton picker up close.

Terri Buster said...

That machine means business! I'll bet it roars when you start the engine.

Madge Bloom said...

WOW, yes, those teeth are menacing looking... Thank you for coming by to share on Rurality Blog Hop #39!

Tanya Breese said...

aha, the rest of the story!

Alica said...

Wow...I would love to see that machine in action! No cotton around here, but it would be fascinating to watch.

Rose said...

Wow, had no idea what this was...so glad you showed it. Cotton fascinates me...I finally got to see it in 2010.

Sally in WA said...

Great viewpoint here!

Karen said...

What a massive machine!

Carletta said...

Wonderful 'farm art' Amy!
However, it looks more like some robot machine in a sci-fi movie than farm equipment. :)

Brian King said...

I was close. I just wasn't sure what kind of machinery it was.