As with the previous post, we also thought it’d be fun to get the tractor out and go on the dry farm and take some photos. I took the John Deere Model A to the top of the alfalfa hill behind my grandparents, where we were able to get some pretty good photos.
The John Deere Models B, A, and G were three machines tractors in the series of consecutive models in the letter series. The B was the smallest, followed by the A, then the mighty G, which was the largest of the row crops. To make this a complete series of row crop lettered series tractors, I would simply be missing the Model M, which would be the smallest of the group of row-crop models. There was also the models D and R, which were “standards”, and not row-crop.
I’ve uploaded some of my photos to a photo gallery at American Frame. If you like some of the photos from Kyle Weber Photography, feel fee to check it out!
I was really hoping to update this more often, but I tend to get busy and forget, then before I know a month is gone… But to prove that I have been alive I could either bore you with a lot of text, or I could post some photos of what I’ve seen over the past few months. I know it doesn’t really tell anything that I’ve done, but it’s fun to share!
I know the farming season will start very soon, and I have spent the entire week working for the school district. So what better thing to do then get out and enjoy the beauty of Star Valley (Freedom). So that’s what I did. This is a collection of some of the photos I took on the 25th and the 26th of April, 2009. Another reason why I wanted so much to get out and take photos is because of my Fathers Utah siblings whom have come up with a plan to “support” my grandparents–but in reality it’s selling off most of the dry farm to pay for a luxurious retirement for themselves… I have to enjoy it while I can, and pray for the best.
Have you ever looked up at the moon and wondered (without a calendar to help) when the next full moon will be? Have you ever wondered when the best time to take a photo of the moon is? If you have, then hopefully this short little write-up will help you.