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Old Apr 15, 2014, 12:03 AM   #11
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Wow, what a fantastic set of pictures, Love the subject and the way you captured it.

I would love to have a opportunity like that.

You did a great job handling the harsh light of the sun.
If you ever get out here you'll find many get-togethers or festivals like this one. The only one I won't go back to is the Festival for Rocky Mountain Oysters (Prairie Oysters as our Canadian friends might call them). Actually I'd go back but I don't think they'll have me.
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Old Apr 15, 2014, 12:04 AM   #12
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Set 1, fifth shot -- you can smell the earth. Great captures.
Thanks Kula!
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.......love these! You did well Alan.

I grew up farming in the upper midwest, Missouri & Iowa, and we had a team that we hitched and did some field work occasionally to keep the team in shape and I've also handled the breaking plow a few times.

We used tractors and 4-gang/row equipment for the real work but running that team out for a few hours were times I remember well 60+ years ago.
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.......love these! You did well Alan.

I grew up farming in the upper midwest, Missouri & Iowa, and we had a team that we hitched and did some field work occasionally to keep the team in shape and I've also handled the breaking plow a few times.

We used tractors and 4-gang/row equipment for the real work but running that team out for a few hours were times I remember well 60+ years ago.
Thanks Bob. Sometimes I complain because my butt gets sore sitting in the office all day. What you did (and what these folks do) is real work.
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Old Apr 17, 2014, 9:42 AM   #15
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Those are interesting shots for sure.
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