Posted: February 20, 2013 in HDR, Michigan, Nikon D90


It was a little weird seeing this plow in the Henry Ford Museum, because I’ve actually seen an identical  plow in Havelock, Ontario before. Up there the snow can get to be pretty deep, and therefore, a plow, such as the one shown here, is needed to clear the tracks. As if the main plow wasn’t large enough, the sides of the plow are also hinged so they can be opened to serve as wings to deflect the snow even farther away from the tracks. Not only is this a massive piece of machinery, but it’s also quite impressive to see operate.

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