Last year after a very long search (3-4 years) I eventually found a 250mm lens for my 4x5 cameras, shortly after acquiring said lens we were off for a few months to Europe, as you do.
Upon returning I had very little time to do photography and more importantly, fiddle with the 250mm lens.
We visited some friends a few days before the New Year and with very overcast conditions I thought I would use the 250 on one of their old farming implements that dot some of their gardens.
It started to rain steadily around the time I was ready to shoot, which was good and bad. Good in that the iron gained some much needed contrast on the background, interesting in that the background was softened by the rain, bad in that I had to work very fast to keep the camera from getting too wet.
Developed the film on New Years day, then scanned the negative within an hour of drying. I cropped the top and bottom of the negative to give me a landscape format.
This is about the third time I have used this lens; I am quite pleased with it.
Fujinon W f/6.3 250mm