Photography The Mighty Rearranger June 19, 2008 / 21 Comments Sharing is caring...EmailFacebookLinkedInPinterestPrintRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
CAT has many of quality machines. You dis capture with an awesome view
This snap looks great of the crane digging out soil from the place. It although does not seem to be the crane as it’s shape looks somewhat different.
The view here is very nice looking. The filter used here is amazing especially the dark color. It will be amazing.
This company has been there particularly on building vehicles just like this one. I do not know what these letters mean though? Not the feline definitely.
This company have got very quality too, that would be doing quality work. They are very popular over here
This CAT machine has so many features, very helpful and useful when operated by competent hand. But wrongly handled, the experience was bad. Lovely effect
This is a bulldozer, used to remove everything removable and rearrange anything rearrange able. Lovely and a powerful tool like that.
That’s kinda weird. A bulldozer at a forest? Well there could be a construction so who knows!
ItÂ´s a bit unusual to thee this type of bulldozer in the middle of nowhere, though it’s a very good shot and I like the shadows effect.
CAT has done a lot in the land of the living with their innovations. Thanks for this quality photo Tom.
That’s a powerful machine. Indeed it is the mighty rearranger.
Lovely shot there Tom. I like the fade out effect.
A teraforming locomotive. It has been a while since I saw one of these.
This machine is capable of transforming an entire landscape. It’s impressive the things that we can make as humans.
I hope itâ€™s not about to destroy that forest. That would be dreadful.
A mighty machine indeed. It has tremendous power.
I wish I could operate one of these. Thatâ€™d be so cool!
This can be used for good or bad. It depends on the purpose it is given.
Itâ€™s amazing how far engineering has come. I marvel at some of the things we can do.
Where is the operator? I hope it is not abandoned.
I donâ€™t like that it is right next to a forest. That may spell doom for the forest.