There are multiple settings in this short story. It starts at the house and in the woods where Granddaddy is working. Then continues over to the fields where the camera men are filming. Lastly it takes place in the garden where Granny's flower beds and crops are.
"Good evening gentlemen."
The exposition of the story all start when the author explains the setting where the characters are places at, "She was on the back porch, Granny was. making the cakes drunk."
The rising action starts when Granddaddy comes out of the woods to see two strangers in his fields filming, "Behind me I can see Granddaddy comin through the woods in his field boots."
The climax starts when Granddaddy reaches the two men and starts to have a conversation with them, "He wants you to hand him the camera."
"He wants you to hand him the camera."
The climax fades out into the falling action when Granddaddy walks off the field and by the flower beds. The gentlemen follow him continuing to film, once they reach Granddaddy they stand in the dirt. Granddaddy says, "You're standin in the misses, flower bed," and walks away.
"You're standin in the misses' flower bed."
After handing back the camera Granddaddy left the gentlemen to continue filming and he walked inside the house, "Then Granddaddy picks up the hammer and jams it into his oilskin pocket, scrapes his boots and goes in the house."