Wednesday, 23 March 2016

Snap - Digging Up The Dirt

Linking in with some other very snappy folks at Helena's : Snap

This week my Snap collection is of the big earth movers & shakers, of which I would really like to drive.  In our area there is a lot of working going on to redesign farm fields & wood lots.  Two of the farmers are tiling their fields for better drainage.  One is expanding space for crops.  It makes me very sad to see so many trees being bulldozed down.  Rumour has it that one reworking of a field is making space for a communication relay tower.    Anyway, I give you Digging Up The Dirt.


 













































12 comments:

  1. a fine digger collection and yes it would be fun to control one of those

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  2. Like you I hate to see trees being taken down, good selection of photos.

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  3. Always sad to see tree comes down. There is a theme park my nephews have been to where you get to drive diggers...

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  4. Great photos - my hubby always says he'd like to "play" with one of those earth movers! LOL

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  5. Oh yes, I'd like to try operating one! Shame to hear of the trees being destroyed and I hope at least that the tower tale is a myth.

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  6. It makes me sad to see the trees go. Thanks for the information about the lions; have never heard that!

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  7. Big machines! Shame about the trees. Looks like some serious work going on!

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  8. I love the thought of you wanting to drive a big digger! Secretly, I'd like to land a plane. But oh, the trees..

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  9. great SNAP...I have been saving up photos of these type of machines for a snap too!

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  10. like you, I find it sad that all the trees have gone.

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  11. The big stuff like that amazes me with what they can do. Awesome variety of machinery.

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  12. It is sad to see the trees come down but if it's for the good of the farm I'm ok with that but not for a communication tower. We're losing a lot of trees around here what with the Emerald
    Ash Borer - thankfully none of ours.

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