It's a tractor so I like it!
That said the lighting and textures are great the composition is overly jumbled however the angle is interesting. Nice pic.
A few more I liked after looking through 150+ pages of tractors at flickr. None really knock your socks off though. The infrared one is kinda cool.
An HDR in Black and White
Here's a Pro's picture - you can see how well everything comes together - light/shadow, texture, composition - wish I could just "see" these pictures.
I think some of the best agricultural photography are old actual B&W photos. While mostly just snapshots - interesting in and of themselves - occasionally you see one that just says wow! For example the Wisconson State Historical Society photo collections are neat in this respect (although the pictures are small unless you buy) - for example I always liked the tractorettes - women learning to work on farm equipment while men were away at war.
Lots of good stuff at that site including aviation and odd stuff like the Nazi SS project to raise angora rabbits all photo documented.
http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/whi/feature/ if your interested.
If Willy sees this he should know that the international harvester (including farmall) collection is housed here.
It must be a lazy sunday morning before a race at Kansas - I've rambled on enough.
My heroes have always been cowboys and they all carried guns-
and they all rode horses-that is all but one.
When he went to the rescue he flew a Cessna plane.
His ranch was called the "Flying Crown" and "Sky King" was his name. -Jim Dilly-
The rich man writes the book of laws that the poor man must defend, but the highest laws are written on the hearts of honest men. - Ricky Skaggs-
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