In my world there are a lot of large farms. We grow peanuts (shown below), soy beans, corn and cotton for the main crops. The peanuts have long since been dug.
Farm machinery pretty much has the 'right of way' on the roads. I followed this fellow quite awhile. Some machines are so large their width covers most of two lanes of traffic. In that case, you just poke along at 2 miles an hour until he gets where he is going.
When a farmer grows old and his fields are no longer being planted, the machinery is often left to rust. This photo was taken after a big snow fall.
Here is a soybean field. Thank goodness the farmer sits in an enclosed cabin up front and inhales very little of the huge clouds of dust that any crop will make.
This machine is huge and it goes along the rows gobbling up the cotton bolls. Imagine having to pick a field of cotton by hand. That's the way it was done long ago.
And so, that is my world today. Please check out http://ourworldtuesdaymeme.blogspot.com/ for other interesting places.