Somewhere in the rolling Washington Palouse country east of Washtucna, I saw this farm peering over the crest of a hill. Attracted by the interplay of the lines of the stubble with the panorama of this immense field, I let my eye be drawn to the distant farm. Positioning it as the focal point of this image to give scale to the vastness of this wheat field, I exposed XP-2 with my 1928 No. 1 Kodak at f/22. Note that the sense of space is achieved with only a “normal” lens- no wide angle was available in the era when this camera was made!