The Palouse is the region in northwest US, encompassing parts of southeastern Washington, north central Idaho and even the northeastern Oregon. It is a rich and well cultivated farmland with wheat and other grains as primary plants on the rolling terrains. The views of these farmlands are strikingly beautiful, especially from the tops of Steptoe Butte and Kamiak Butte. We stayed at Pullman, Washington for three days followed our four day adventure to Glacier National Park and drove through lots of country roads to look for beautiful angles to photograph. We missed most of bright yellow canola fields by a month but one field near the town of Palouse.
Love the Palouse. I had a chance to visit last spring and I hope to be able to spend more time in this incredible region in the future.
Yes, I’d love to go back there in spring and fall. Thank you visiting my blog.
Lovely photos of an area dear to my heart!
When my friends saw these pictures they could not believe the farmlands can be so beautiful!
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Wow – that is just beautiful. thank you.. c
Thank you and glad you enjoyed these beautiful sights.
Thank you – much appreciated
It just goes to show that beauty is everywhere. Love the colours, the patterns … and your perspectives
Thank you so much for your compliments, much appreciated.
They are indeed beautiful colors, gracias!
I lived in Moscow and Pullman long ago. Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos of a beautiful place.
Glad these images brought back your fond memory of the place. Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Your photos are stunning. Some even look like paintings. I had never heard of this region in Washington, but now would love to visit it.
Thank you, you’ll love the place.
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These are incredible photographs, the color patterns are beautiful!
Thank you – it was an amazing place to photograph.
Wow – are these real! Thanks for the pictures.
I guess you can say “you have to see it to believe it”
I went to grad school in Pullman. You captured this beautiful area perfectly!
Lucky you to be in such beautiful place for grad school. Thank you for your compliments.
Wow, it’s beautiful !!!!!!!!!!!!👧
Thank you, I couldn’t stop taking pictures of these beautiful “farmlands”.
My pleasure ☺
very nice pictures
Thank you, glad you like them.
Such bright colors !! Waouh !
I couldn’t believe the layout and the colors of the farmlands could be so beautiful until I saw them.
I love it…So cool
Thank you – glad you enjoyed the viewing
Gorgeous photos, I love the colors and the shadows vs sunlight! Thanks for sharing!
Thank you so much. Yes, sometimes it pay to get up early or stay late to get the shadows under the soft light conditions.
I visited Washington State long ago. Your beautiful pictures make me want to visit again.
I enjoyed visiting Seattle, Olympic and Mt. Rainier National Parks many times but Palouse In eastern part of the State is different and uniquely beautiful. Thanks for viewing my blog.
You might want to research how they harvest wheat in this area when the combines where pulled by mules and powered by a wheel on the ground. Not a shy man’s job.
Sounds interesting. I’ll have to check it out and then have to go back taking these pictures.
Such beautiful photos
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Thanks so much.
Wonderful pictures of the Palouse. Brings back memories from my much younger years.
To hear that my pictures bring back your and other viewers as well, the fond memory of the Palouse Region is the best compliment that I can receive. Thank you so much.
Amazingly breathtaking ❤️
Thank you – it’s an amazing place to see.
Wow, so beautiful! 🙂
Thank you so much!
Such an amazing place! I’d love to visit there if I get a chance. Love your photos too.
Thank you for stopping by my blog and great to hear you like the photos. Yes, it’s an amazing place to visit and photograph.
That is absolutely amazing. I wish I could be there.
The real scene is even more amazing! Thanks for visiting my blog.
Really loved your Feature Photo! It really does look like a watercolor. And that is a compliment to your photo skills to have the eye to capture a photo that can transcend it to a mirror image of art!
Thank you so much for your compliments on my photo – it means a lot to me.
Oceans of green! Phantastic! Thanks.
It’s a beautiful place to see and photograph. Thanks for visiting my blog. Please come back again.
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It is indeed unusually beautiful rolling farm land. Thank you for stopping by my blog.
Gorgeous colors. I came across your post while researching for a trip to Palouse. Could you tell me which month you were there? Thank you!
We were in Palouse for three day, July 1-3, 2016. We missed most of bright yellow canola fields but a few. I’d like to revisit there in late May or early June next time. Thanks for visit my blog!
Very nice photos!
Thank you – it’s an uniquely beautiful place to photograph. I’d like to go back there at different season!
Love your pictures! We were recently in the Palouse as well. Absolutely beautiful!
Thank you! I would love to go back there at different seasons of the year. Thanks for stopping by.