I experimented with these two. My old camera is wearing out. It has a gray spot on any picture that has sky in it. I crop out the gray spot when possible. Here, I was trying to hide it by adjusting the tint on the whole picture. My new camera is really neat, and I took pictures with it today also. However, the memory card reader that I bought for it at Radio Shack is not cooperating today, so I cannot retrieve any of those pictures right now.
On warmer days, the wash plant is turned on and has water from the pond running all through it. The belt near the hopper takes the raw material and this miracle machine of screens, belts and water, sorts and cleans all the different sizes of rocks into different piles. It is really neat. We make DEQ filter sand, DEQ pea gravel, reject pea gravel, 3/4- round rock, silt, #5 rock, etc. Truck drivers come in with their dump trucks to buy it, and we use our dump trucks to take it out to others. We use some of the rock we process to make concrete. Concrete is made of rock, silt, cement and water. You can add fibermesh, calcium chloride and color if you want to.
The excavator is in the background. It looks kind of small compared to the wash plant, doesn't it?
Cary and the backhoes.