Collecting six detail photos from Orienta, Meno and Helena, Okla.

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Angled view of the east elevator’s headhouse at the High Plains Co-op’s facility in Meno, Okla.

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Horns at the High Plains Co-op’s elevators in Meno, Okla., warn of leg overload. Sensors monitor the situation “so you don’t have to have a man up there,” site manager Matthew Thomsen said. If the horn sounds, “You want to be sprinting.”  

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Looking through the gap between the main house and storage annex at the Farmers Exchange complex in Helena, Okla. The wind was blowing so hard–accelerating through the gap–that I couldn’t stand quite still while getting the photo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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