Devon Countryside!

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Saw this shot of the Massey Harris Combine when visiting my Sister.

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  1. #1 graham_c
    Re: Devon Countryside!
    Nice tranquil scene with a wild sky
  2. #2 travelbug
    Re: Devon Countryside!
    Hi Graham, thanks for your comments, they are always welcome, to take this image I had to stand on tip toe as the hedge was in the way! One of those situations when I found my rotating LCD monitor handy!..Caroline
  3. #3 canismajor
    Re: Devon Countryside!
    Oh how sad, the demise of a Combine Harvester for all the world to see. What once hearvested our daily bread is now a wreck. It's not very often I have to stand on tip toes as I'm 6feet 5inches tall! All the best, Mike.
  4. #4 canismajor
    Re: Devon Countryside!
    PS, it wasn't me who only gave you a 1 star, I've tried to upgrade it but it won't happen. Mike.
  5. #5 travelbug
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    Hi Mike, please don't worry it's not a problem, I wanted to get the combine slightly more to one side but the hedge was too high...or I was too short!! being only a foot shorter than you Mike I think I can maybe blame the hedge!! Next time I visit my sister I will take my wellies so I can climb on top of the hedge and see if I can get a better angle! that maybe thursday so watch this space!! many thanks for your support and comments Mike they are always welcome..Caroline
  6. #6 travelbug
    Re: Devon Countryside!
    Quote Originally Posted by canismajor
    Oh how sad, the demise of a Combine Harvester for all the world to see. What once hearvested our daily bread is now a wreck. It's not very often I have to stand on tip toes as I'm 6feet 5inches tall! All the best, Mike.
    Hi Mike, thanks for your comments, it's amazing the old machinery you see in a corner of a field or parked against a fence, I saw an old rusty plough the other day when we were in the car it would have made a brilliant picture but there was nowhere to stop! I just say to myself at times like that "there will be another day"!..Caroline