Top 1000 Agriculture Pictures

Vineyard in switzerland

I wish I could tell you. Based off of the swiss geography I remember, probably in the lowlands belt that runs east-west in the country (between Lausanne and Zurich in the linked map). Based off the photo, probably at the base of the mountains

Pasture Pastels by Nate Castner

I grew up in southern Wisconsin (well, along 94). Do you know if that’s simply a hay field or something more interesting (as in: for human consumption)? My interest is in whether the region is more diversified than it was in the 60’s. Pretty

Cotton Farm After the Rain – NSW, Australia

The quality of the cotton coming out of this gin is top notch. There are a few reasons why it is so clean (and it is nearly always this clean): * They gin many farmers/companies cotton. Therefore there are different breeds and grades of

Fields in Taiwan

To be fair, an amazing amount of farm equipment or produce can be hauled on a motorcyle, and trucks are built with a smaller wheelbase. Source, lived in rural Taiwan (Hsinchu county).

Huge Solar Photovoltaic Farm in France

If I had to take a shot in the dark, the sandstorms and constantly shifting terrain would wreak havoc on the panels so constant maintained would be a bitch in costs. Then you have to run all the electrical lines through, whereas wherever this

Sunlight, clouds and casting shadows. And cows ;o)

Noted…noseless emoticons are preferred by danisaurusrex. I kind of prefer doing things wrong (I will refrain from adding a ‘wink’ here, because it will in fact have a nose. Emoticons should be able to ‘smell the roses’ too.) As for the image, it is

Taro fields in Hanalei Valley, Kauai, HI

There’s lots of great places to catch the sunset. Most people go to the eastern part of Hanalei Bay. This is at an overlook that is just across the street from the Foodland in Princeville. Definitely stay up in that area if you don’t

Hay fields of Yakima

I live in Yakima, it’s about 25min away from Eburg. It’s crazy to see my whole valley filled with smoke. [4288×2848]

Fresh picked coffee beans

Quite true. The farmers/pickers are paid by the truckload that they deliver to the coffee co-ops, so having some green berries in each handful isn’t necessarily a bad thing in their eyes. This particular load wasn’t going to be used for any kind of

The Dalles, Oregon

+1 for braving the heat. Drove up that way earlier in the week and it was the hottest point in my 3600km round trip. Is the drought up there too? Grains and Hay looked peeked, but then again had Alberta (and grain bounty they’ve

Grain Elevator – Manitoba

Reminds me of the film [*Days of Heaven*]( It takes place on a ranch in Oklahoma and was filmed almost entirely during the Golden Hour of the day. Screenshots. [1]( [2]( [3](
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