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The Palouse, Washington
 
Layer upon layer of overlapping, rolling hills recede into the distance across southeastern Washington State. The Palouse is the richest wheat-growing area in the United States. Photographers arrive in the early spring for the soft, green patterns of young crops. Soon, more shades of green create bolder patterns. Golden patterns are strongest during summer's harvest season. Huge tractors plow sweeping patterns across the hills like lines on a topo map for great black-and-white images. This newsletter offers a great loop starting in Spokane, following back roads over the rolling hills of the Palouse to photograph old barns, windmills, and wonderful panoramics.
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Updated - May 2013
This newsletter offers a great loop starting in Spokane, following back roads over the rolling hills of the Palouse to photograph old barns, windmills, and wonderful panoramics.
No shipping or handling charges. No CA sales tax.
Locations
  • Boyer Park and Marina
  • Central Ferry State Park
  • Cheney, WA
  • Clarkston, WA
  • Colfax, WA
  • Dusty, WA
  • Endicott, WA
  • Ewan, WA
  • Kamiak Butte County Park
  • Lake Bryan
  • Lower Granite Dam
  • Palouse Falls
  • Potlatch, Idaho
  • Pullman, WA
  • Ritzville, WA
  • Rock Lake
  • Rosalia, WA
  • Snake River
  • Steptoe Butte State Park
  • St. John, WA
  • Tekoa, WA
  • Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge