November 5, 2012
It’s been said: Early to bed and early to rise makes and man healthy, wealthy and wise. We’d like to focus on the second part of that age old mantra – early to rise. As many of you know, starting your day on a farm begins while most of the world is still tucked away in bed. We now invite you to view a collection of John Deere tractor photos at sunrise. We hope you enjoy what American farmers get to witness every morning, weather permitting.
This John Deere tractor photo captures the burning embers of a red hot sun preparing to rise. Pinks and yellows shoot through the sky for now but soon they’ll be joined by sun that will stick around all day.
The sun breathes some life into this vintage Americana. We don’t know what we like more! This Arkansas sunrise, or the vintage Deere it’s highlighting.
For many farmers, particularly during the harvesting season, waking up early and heading to work means firing up the combine. With this blue backdrop, a combine at dawn could get anyone ready for the day.
Sometimes tractors need a little tender loving care to get them up and running. There’s no better way to work on a tractor in its final stages of transformation than with a glowing sunrise in the backdrop.
We would keep showing you landscapes with the sun in the background, but then you would miss out on seeing the way it picks up the greens and yellows of this row crop tractor, already hard at work!
This tulip filled sunrise took place in Oregon. Though it underwent some finishing touches to bring out the colors a bit more, we still think it captures that John Deere green perfectly.
There’s nothing like John Deere tractor photos taken at dusk to wake up the senses! These combines waiting to report for duty are stationed at the John Deere Harvester factory in the Quad Cities.
We hope you enjoyed our sunrise pictures featuring John Deere! Believe it or not, they really are everywhere! So if you don’t have the opportunity to experience one in person, we hope this gallery will hold you over until you do!