An old and long abandoned 'farm homestead' on the Albertan prairies. This was the second of the two sheets in the film holder. My first exposure was made with a yellow filter which I knew would 'tone down' the clear blue sky a bit... but on 'proofing' both sheets, I found I much preferred the 'starkness' of the second exposure which seemed to complement the 'tone' and the feeling of 'separation' of the building. Cropping a portion of the sky (after the scan) to provide an approximate 2:1 ratio of the landscape, seemed (to my eye anyway) helped to 'improve' the feeling of 'loneliness and physical separation' that many of the immigrant pioneers must have felt being 'on their own' so far from their homeland. Ken Linhof monorail with 75mm Rodenstock (with a small amount of front rise to eliminate some of the foreground. (Plus-X in D76 1:1).