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Author 'Alnloup' : Give a hundred times on the job he said, not surprising when the horse or the ox pulled this piece of "drying" at the time of the wheat. But it's still good to represent the hard work the fields.



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EXIF : Brand: Nikon | Camera: Nikon Coolpix L100
Aperture: f/3.5 | Exposure time: 1/50 s | ISO: 80 | Focal: 5 mm (eq. 28 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Priorité ouverture (2) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (16) | Date: 23/08/2009 14:29:32
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> Géna >Reply Sep 07, 2009
Less efficient than today's machines, but certainly more poetic. I miss those days: 4:.
 
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 24, 2009
: 4: What memories this photograph I would have liked a little more contrast and sweating this rake tedder be spared. Congratulations and thank you Marcel for your explanations. Bravo for this shot Alnloup back and thank you. : 3:
 
> Heuze.michel [G] [P] [C] >Reply Aug 24, 2009
A tool I have seen work in my youth it was pulled by a horse ... : 4: Image nostalgic and remarkable commentary Marcel ... : 1:
 
> Marcel >Reply Aug 24, 2009
A nice tool called 'rake tedder', intended to harvest hay in several piles and were put on the tanks to take them in barns. No connection with wheat or other grains. Time the reaper for wheat, farm workers picking up loads (jets) they linked with a few stalks of wheat as well. These jets come together in a pile on site called sprockets. They were taken then to beat and after picking up the grain, straw was put into large piles called "stacks." Before, we fought sometimes on the spot with rustic tools called 'evils'. They consisted of two wooden bars, one long and one short, assembled with leather ties. Stepping back in time, they removed the dust grain with 'vans'. The haystacks were stored on the field. Straw was used primarily to litter cattle, exceptional food when the hay was missing.
 
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