On a farm just outside of Scott City, Kansas, tractors harvest wheat on a family farm. On this particular farm, the harvest lasts two weeks, with work hours stretching from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. on most days. 

Scott City, Kansas

On a farm just outside of Scott City, Kansas, tractors harvest wheat on a family farm. On this particular farm, the harvest lasts two weeks, with work hours stretching from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. on most days. 
Photograph by George Steinmetz, Nat Geo Image Collection

Week's Best Travel Photos: It's a Working World

Get your dose of outstanding travel photos. This week: See the world go to work.

Read This Next

Haitians reflect on the past while confronting the future

Chunk of an ancient supercontinent discovered under New Zealand

These mystery stories solve crimes and spark travel

Go Further

Subscriber Exclusive Content

Why are people so dang obsessed with Mars?

How viruses shape our world

The era of greyhound racing in the U.S. is coming to an end

See how people have imagined life on Mars through history

See how NASA’s new Mars rover will explore the red planet

Why are people so dang obsessed with Mars?

How viruses shape our world

The era of greyhound racing in the U.S. is coming to an end

See how people have imagined life on Mars through history

See how NASA’s new Mars rover will explore the red planet

Why are people so dang obsessed with Mars?

How viruses shape our world

The era of greyhound racing in the U.S. is coming to an end

See how people have imagined life on Mars through history

See how NASA’s new Mars rover will explore the red planet