At a nearby farm there is a huge collection of tractors lined up in a pasture. I couldn’t get close and I would never trespass (unless I thought I wouldn’t get caught) so I had to really zoom in on this fella. You can’t see it here but it has a 55 on the front so I’m assuming it is a Massey Harris 55.
When Massey Harris released the M-H 55 in 1946 it was the biggest wheel tractor on the market. The tractor delivered nearly 60 horse power.. options included the choice of Gasoline or Diesel however in the nine years of production it was only offered in standard tread form.
I’m joining the fun over at Kim Klassen Cafe. She graciously gave us this fab new texture ‘Cracker Jack’ which I have used on my creation.
Sorry – I had to re-post this because my linky didn’t work over at the Cafe the first time . . . it seems that when I have Kim’s Texture Tuesdays button already in my post when I post it – something goes haywire . . .
Visiting from “Texture Tuesdays”. Wow, that Crackerjack texture is a perfect accompaniment to your subject matter in this photo. Very nice!
LOVE the old tractor! great shot!
The texture works perfectly with your subject. Nice background info on the tractor, thanks for sharing!!
Marissa ♥ says
I love how you used this texture on the tractor photo. It looks so vintage!
Love the tractor shot and the texture made it look even more vintage. Great work.
deb duty says
Love the composition and the texture looks great!
Bunch of Barrons says
Wow…great shot! :)
This texture works so well for this shot!
A Rosy Note says
This looks great…the texture works so well with your photo.
A great photo for this texture!
Ms. Becky says
I love tractor tires!!! this is fantastic, and a really nice use of the texture. happy day to you Barb.
Hi Barb, You picked a great image to use with Kim’s crackle texture. It suits it perfectly!
P.S. I really like your wreath in a previous post. Congratulations to your daughter!
Very cool photo and edit.
Terri Morse says
Barb, this is the coolest photo and you really know your tractors! The texture is a wonderful enhancement to this lovely photo. Hugs, Terri