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  1. #1
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    Post Your Heavy Equipment Shots!

    Post Your Heavy Equipment Shots!
    Construction, Trains anything big and mechanical! (sorry Pete, no personal equipment!)

    Heres a couple from today to start out-



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    Re: Post Your Heavy Equipment Shots!

    and no beer guts! lol
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    Always jump in feet first! You never know how deep the water is!!

  3. #3
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    Re: Post Your Heavy Equipment Shots!

    Great color cnyram...

    How'd you like to change a flat tire on that thing?
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    Re: Post Your Heavy Equipment Shots!

    Post Your Heavy Equipment Shots!
    Here's a shot from last year, this is a single shot HDR simulation (Photomatix Light)

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    Re: Post Your Heavy Equipment Shots!

    Post Your Heavy Equipment Shots!
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    You need only reflect that one of the best ways to get yourself a reputation as a dangerous citizen these days is to go about repeating the very phrases which our founding fathers used in their struggle for independence.

  6. #6
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    Re: Post Your Heavy Equipment Shots!

    Nice shot and tractor!
    Rick

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    Olympus EM-1 Mark II, EM10 MarkII
    Olympus 12-100mm (24-200) f4 M. Zuiko Pro.... 40-150mm (80-300) 2.8 M. Zuiko Pro....Olympus 45mm 1.8.... Olympus 300mm (600) f4 Pro

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    Nikon hot-shoe cover

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    Re: Post Your Heavy Equipment Shots!

    Attachment 8096My new toy.Used at the Waihi Goldmine on the Coromandel New Zealand
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    Re: Post Your Heavy Equipment Shots!

    Quote Originally Posted by ZekeMenuar View Post

    Since I do have a reputation to keep up, I'll take a crack at this one.

    1916 Case "Pappy" Steam Powered Tractor

    It would be a lot of fun to tear down and completely restore this one!
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    Re: Post Your Heavy Equipment Shots!

    Post Your Heavy Equipment Shots!
    Quote Originally Posted by Philnz View Post
    Attachment 8096My new toy.Used at the Waihi Goldmine on the Coromandel New Zealand
    Wow! Nice!
    Rick

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    Olympus 12-100mm (24-200) f4 M. Zuiko Pro.... 40-150mm (80-300) 2.8 M. Zuiko Pro....Olympus 45mm 1.8.... Olympus 300mm (600) f4 Pro

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    Nikon hot-shoe cover

  10. #10
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    Re: Post Your Heavy Equipment Shots!

    Quote Originally Posted by Philnz View Post
    Attachment 8096My new toy.Used at the Waihi Goldmine on the Coromandel New Zealand
    You might want to put a chain or something around the bumper.

    Somebody might just lift that beggar over that short fence and walk off with it!
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