28 Jun Jenna: A few recent photos
Posted at 05:01h in Jenna 4 Comments
(All taken near Manter, Kan. during the past week.)
Two combines sit for a few short minutes while their operators eat lunch.
Lee K. stands amongst the action in the field.
My mom (Tracy) running combine.
Anna K. (18), who normally runs combine, had to settle for watching others work while her combine was being repaired.
A beam of light shines through a storm cloud while we finish cutting a field.
Unloading onto the grain truck.
Jenna Zeorian can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. All Aboard 2009 Wheat Harvest is sponsored by High Plains Journal and DuPont Crop Protection.
Saul SmallPosted at 05:58h, 28 June
Very nice photos. What camera are you using? Those pictures have life … Everyone, just take a look at the sky in the back ground and the stubble in the foreground. From what some of us are used to where we live, it’s fresh air. This is good photography (getting a little tire, I like that! quite authentic and creative!!). Although I realize you wouldn’t post some photo’s for a reason. :] still I think they’re great! But, hey we were expecting more than 4. 🙂 I know it’s not easy to get good shots when your constantly running.
Harvesting days are long. One is already a zombie after a few long day and being a zombie is dangerous around machinery, so be careful you all.
It’s very interesting to know what yields are doing in some parts. We all know "yield" to be the main topic of harvesting any grain. So as a moving harvest blogger it’s nice when you elaborate on yields often.
Thanks for your time in keeping us posted.
MattPosted at 14:24h, 28 June
Thanks for great photos! We appreciate the time and effort your updates require during a very busy and stressful season.
jim mPosted at 04:21h, 29 June
Great pics! I love Harvest! I work on a wheat farm in eastern Washington state- our harvest will start in 4 weeks. I’ve been driving combine for 35 years—have a safe harvest!
nePosted at 16:37h, 02 July
Your harvest updates and pictures are wonderful. Brings back so many great family memories. (Our farm is in CRP now…kind of sad.) Your writing is beyond your years. Keep up the good work! Enjoy your family and friends!