eastern washington on kodak gold 200.

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On my travels to Eastern Washington, I shot two rolls of color film. Kodak Gold 200 and a roll of Kodak Portra 800. These images are from the roll of Kodak Gold 200, loaded in my Pentax 645N. The film was developed by the lab at Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington.

I was surprised by the acreage dedicated to Potatoes. Most of the crop is used for french fries, chips, and mashed potatoes. Only Idaho grows more potatoes.

Alfalfa grown in the state is valuable to the dairy industry as a source of protein and highly digestible fiber. It also fixes nitrogen into the soil.

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