Friday, July 24, 2015


It's that time of year when mud just can't be avoided.  The farm tractor wears a fair share of it.

In the good old days the driver would be spattered with it, too.  These days they have a cab to keep them clean.

The delightful Campbell, the farm worker, has become used to me wandering around with a camera and just carries on filling the sprayer on the back.

He doesn't even wonder why I'm taking a photo of the wheel.


  1. It must be really wet there. We've been very very dry until two weeks ago. Our average annual precipitation is 12 -14 in.

  2. Tractors are cool. I love tractors and so does my husband.

  3. Mud on the tractor means work is getting done! Nice photos.

  4. Yes, I do so agree with messymimi - tractor with mud on it is not necessarily a bad thing.

    I did have a chuckle at the farm worker not taking much notice of you now when you wander around with your camera. The people on our farm have got so used to seeing me with my camera, that they don't question at all - rather have suggestions as to what to photography next!

  5. Now that's a proper jack of all trades.

  6. I thought that was the primary purpose of a tractor - to be photographed.


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