Whitman Co. Growers Cooperative The Palouse

Whitman Co. Growers

What a beautiful area we all had a chance to photograph, the light literally changes by the minute as the sun rises and sets. We actually spent a sunrise and a sunset on Steptoe Butte, a National Park that consists of a winding road up the Butte that leads to the top and provides a 360 degree view of the Palouse. Once named Le Pelouse by French-Canadian explorers, the tall grass that once covered the landscape is now gone but today the Palouse Hills are recognized as Washington’s most fertile agricultural region, in The Palouse Wheat is King.

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The fun part about shooting these rolling hills, the area is so immense and the light changes so often all the shots you see are all a bit unique from one another.

Some fun NxNW2015 Facts-

Photographers- 10     Cameras Used- 32   Lenses- 52   Air Miles Traveled- 20,900+   Car/Van Miles- 2,900+   Shutter Clicks- 15,000+

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  1. The light from the butte is killer s these photos prove Mike. Didn’t know the name of the grain elevator before, so thanks for the info.

  2. You’re knocking it out of the park with the Palouse images Mike. Beautiful.

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