Oct 27, 2014
Scott Korsten shared these photos from near his home outside of Sioux Falls. “The harvest signals the changing of seasons and it is something my wife and I look forward to every year; it seemed like something worth capturing with the camera,” Korsten says. “As I was waiting for the combine to come near me the sights, sounds and smells of the harvest evoked thoughts of how special and connected many people in South Dakota are to the land. Farmers are some of the most resilient and hard-working people I know,” Korsten says.
Peggy Albers drove this combine and she offered Korsten a ride. “She and her husband Darwin tag team the harvest of their farm in northeast Lincoln County. We had a great conversation and when it was time to leave her, I said, ‘My wife is going to be really jealous when she hears I went for a ride,’” Korsten says. “Peggy responded, ‘Bring her out and I'll give her a ride too.’ So I did, and she did.” See more of Korsten's work at inspiredbynatureimages.com.
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