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MOUNTVIC 462468 309 John Deere 8530 either
John Deere 8530
I had posted several photos of this 8530 before. Thread 452051

But this time it was hooked on to a nice set of John Deere disks.

The only thing missing is a set of weights and this one is ready.
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Sorry the photos were taken from behind the fence.
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I hope to get you guys a few photos of this one working in a field in a few weeks.

Last photo.
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Tony as usual very nice photos. Do you know if this disk is used for primary (to plow) or secondary tillage? What do you do for a living? cause seriously you should be a photographer.
Regards,
Victor
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These guys must think you are a spy Tony, taking photos from behind fences all the time LOL :-D
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Victor,

those disks would be used mainly as secondary tillage. As far as me beeing a photograph, I think lets just keep it as a hobby.

TC,

they probably do, although if they see me they should know me by now. Although sometimes there is nobody on the property.

Tony
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Oh well, keep up the good work anyway, there are plenty of people on this site (me included) who enjoy your photos & contributions :-)

Regards,

Craig (TC) ;-)
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again some exelent photos NRLD ! i think the tractor looks better without front weights.
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Thank you all for the positive comments. It’s a pleasure to post on this website.

Tony
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Hi Tony, Good photos indeed. I don't know what camera you use, or the extent of your photographic knowledge. Photo 4 tells me that you have a fixed aperture lens that has a focal length of up to 100mm or thereabouts and a camera of between 3 and 5 mega pixels?. I used to use Nikon FE and FE2 35mm cameras for business use. I am saving up for Nikon D2X (£2500.00), all the old lenses will still fit the modern body. This way I can still reach the subject and not loose any definition like in photo 4. And I don't have to fork out a ton of dosh on new lenses:-D If you like your photography, which by the photos you take you do, it is worth grading up to a good camera body and interchangeable lenses.
Keep up the good work young man ;-)
Kind regards, JDD.
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good and deep colors,i like it.
what kind of red tractor in # 3?
is this a dealers lot?
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Thank you for your comments guys.

The weather we have here makes so much easier to take good photos and the camera deserves a large part of the credit.

JDD,

photo number 4 is the reason that I was shopping for a new camera. The one I have right now is a Kodak DX4530, 5 MP with only a 3X zoom. The best deals out there seems to be from Kodak directly through their e-bay outlet store.

http://stores.ebay.com/Kodak-Outlet

jdeere,

the fender that you see on the 3rd photo must be a Kubota with faded paint. The photos were taken at a John Deere dealer's yard. But those guys really don't have many John Deere tractors on their lot most of the time.

Thank you,

Tony
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Here is a partial view of the Kubota jdeere.
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