A Full Combine disgorges its load of Wheat into the Grain Hauler
You may be sensing a theme here this week. I've finally made time to catch up to the commitments I made to these Farmers, and get their images done and posted. This shot is a great example of the fact that not all grain fields are flat, even on the incredibly vast Canadian prairies. In this part of Alberta, the hills have a gentle roll to them, and farmers are able to take their crops off with no problems. Mind you, when the Combine gets full, you stop where you are and wait for the Grain hauler to come to you for offloading.