I spent last week working on an assignment about the Oklahoma wheat harvest in northern Oklahoma, right close to the Kansas border. It was dusty, hot, and windy so I had to be careful to keep my lenses attached to my digital cameras in fear of dust on my sensor. I was quite busy shooting all phases of the harvest, including cutting wheat, spraying crops, repairing and maintaining the equipment, preparing the food for the crews, etc. I did have a few minutes to grab some shots with my Toyo VX-125, once again using Kodak TMAX-100 film, a Nikon 210 mm F5.6 lens and a red Coken filter. I am starting to like the red filter if I can figure out the compensation factor. This is a bit better exposed than my church picture from yesterday.
This is a 1997 John Deere combine used by the Day family farms.