16 Elegant Pictures of Tractors

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No farm, small or large, can function without at least one tractor. They are the most functional of objects, bright and shiny for a very short time when they’re new and then old and rusty after a few seasons in harsh weather. A tractor will be used for as long as possible, until the farmer can’t patch it together any longer, and then it gets put out to pasture. But there, set against a stormy sky in Michigan, or a wheat field in Washington, they become items of beauty (just like barns can), contrasting with the landscape and adding a touch of permanence to an ever changing land.

Night Tractor

Night Tractor by Michael Kitchen

Days Gone By tractor

Days Gone By by Summer Owens

Resting Rusty tractor

Resting Rusty by Arlene Carley

Days gone by tractor

Days gone by by Brenda Hartman

Baling At Berry Farm, Scalloway, Shetland tractor

Baling At Berry Farm, Scalloway, Shetland by Anne Macdonald

Decline of the Small Farm No.2 tractor

Decline of the Small Farm No.2 by Randy Nyhof

Kansas Tractor & Baler at Sunset

Kansas Tractor & Baler at Sunset by Janel Haumont

Before Video Games--Boys Playing with Retro 50's Toy Tractors

Before Video Games–Boys Playing with Retro 50′s Toy Tractors by Eric Bjerke, Sr.

Somewhere Oklahoma tractor

Somewhere Oklahoma by Plusten Photography

Vintage Massey Ferguson Tractors

Vintage Massey Ferguson Tractors by Richard Nixon

Harvesting oats, southeastern Georgia?

Harvesting oats, southeastern Georgia? by Marion Post Wolcott

Farm Tractor and Sunset

Farm Tractor and Sunset by Vicki France

Wheel With a Story

Wheel With a Story by Maureen Kirk-Detberner

Harrowing a field with a diesel tractor, Seabrook Farm, Bridgeton, N.J.

Harrowing a field with a diesel tractor, Seabrook Farm, Bridgeton, N.J. by John Collier

John Deere tractor

John Deere by Ally Smith

Abandoned Farm Tractor on the Prairie

Abandoned Farm Tractor on the Prairie by Randy Nyhof

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  1. LC Ferrari

    Here are some more tractor photos for you!

    http://www.behance.net/gallery/Old-but-Not-Forgotten/4062659

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  2. Loreen Stravers

    I can feel the smooth steering wheel of the little Farmall “H” that grew old with me. The smell of dirt plus engine grease is forever in my mind. Little H lies silent now, rusting away under a building waiting for the right wind to entomb it.

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