Country roads always lead home for somebody

Denise and I stumbled on this farm on Shepherdstown Pike near the Antietam Battlefield in Sharpsburg, Maryland back on 7-20-2013. 

Bronica SQ-A 6x6 medium format film camera with a Bronica Zenzanon 80mm F2.8 lens.  Cokin 100mm rectangular graduated ND filter in Cokin Pro-Z holder and 67mm to 77mm step-up ring.  

Kodak Tri-X,  400 ISO B&W film.

Self Developed film in Rodinal 1:100 using semi-stand development.  Tap water stop bath.  Ilford Rapid Fixer.  Photo-Flo.

Negative scanned with Epson V600.

Processed in Photoshop CS5.  Removed (poorly) a wire hanging down on the right side.  

Still working on getting my exposure right with medium format film. I've decided I like the grain structure on Kodak T-Max 100 better than the Tri-x for landscapes so I'm going to switch to that for my medium and 4x5 large format shots. I purchased a vintage Pentax 1 degree spot meter which will help out with zone system calculations too. The learning continues...