Put Me In, Coach!   11 comments

Put Me In, Coach


On the same coastal farm where GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!!! and Cooning Boat were found sits this old John Deere tractor, one that has surely seen better days.

With his position at the door of the barn, the eager face, and his helmet off to the side, he reminds me of a benched player who wants just one more chance to go in and win the game.

Seven exposures from Promote Control, f/6.3 at 23mm, tonemapped in Photomatix Pro with extra layers from HDR Express, Nik Color Efex Pro filters.


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11 responses to “Put Me In, Coach!

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  1. Great composition – love the photo story Rob.

  2. I like how the hood to the engine compartment is not longer the John Deer green, but rather rusty and grungy. Fun shot!

  3. Love the titles for these 🙂

  4. This is outstanding man, awesome processing, and LOL at the title

  5. I absolutely love tractors and you’ve captured a real beaut here, Rob! Fabulous work my friend!!

  6. Great composition and processing Rob! Love it!

  7. great title and great shot Rob!

  8. Nice series Rob, they all look great, and snappy titles as well, hope you had a nice Holiday

  9. Thanks, everyone, for stopping by and leaving a comment. I appreciate it very much, and I’m delighted you enjoyed the ol’ Deere.

  10. Wonderful image Rob! If only the old girl could talk, what stories she would tell. You really captured the essence of my childhood on the farm with this one! Great job my friend!

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