2018 Vintage Iron Calendar

The 2018 Vintage Iron Calendar is live!

This year’s calendar features and is dedicated to my grandfather, who is in the cover photo.

Check it out. If you decide to purchase one, thanks for supporting my photography.

2018 Vintage Iron by Kyle Weber

2018 Vintage Iron by Kyle Weber

2018 Vintage Iron Calendar. Featuring different John Deere 2 cylinder tractors, photographed in Star Valley Wyoming.

Source: www.etsy.com/listing/561237688/2018-vintage-iron-by-kyle-weber

2017 Spring Run-off

This video is of the Salt River, in the Salt River Range, Star Valley, Wyoming.

Last winter we had an unusual amount of snowfall. Some were saying it was about 170% snowpack up in the surrounding mountains. The sudden warmer days created a large amount of snowfall and run-off. This created some very high rivers, and some pretty impressive drone footage.

Best watched at full screen. Enjoy.

2017 Old Iron Calendar

John Deere 2017 CalendarOver the past few years, I’ve had several requests to create a calendar featuring some of my tractor and nature photography. Well, I finally built up the ambition to go and print/create such calendar. I’m introducing the 2017 Old Iron calendar, featuring some of my tractor photos taken throughout different times of the year. I only have John Deere tractors, so the calendar is mostly John Deere (with one exception in December). Please visit the following link to view/order a calendar. Thank you very much!!

Click here to view and order the calendar online

Heaven Above the Fog

Falltime is here, and the change of seasons is in full swing. We’ve had a lot of rain lately, and evening rain storms bring with them foggy mornings.

This videos shows the drone going up and over my grandparents farm in Star Valley, Wyoming. The video shows the Idaho side of the valley.

Filmed with a DJI Phantom 4.

John Deere 730 in Deep Snow

If you make a path in the snow once it starts to melt, where the tracks are melts out a lot faster. Also, where possible, the use of the blade also assists in its melting. As you can see, it was very deep!