The Palouse is an area of eastern Washington that I have wanted to visit and photograph for a long time. One would think the farming, plowing and harvesting was done just for us photographers! The graphic lines, colors, and contrasts are a sight to behold. Add in some outrageous clouds and you have the making for some serious landscapes! I captured a variety of subjects: landscapes, barns, abstracts, old cars and even a flower or 2, and used a variety of processing techniques, including textures and the 'Orton' technique.
This image is a favorite of mine - the lone tree set in the rolling hills. This reveals the landscape just after the sun, with resulting rim lighting and warmth, begins to affect the landscape. My next post will be the same scene, but just before the sun peeks into this valley. The light itself is a bit flatter, but the 'cooler' color variety is gorgeous - with different hues of green and an almost lavender tone in places.
I hope you enjoy the variety of images to come.
Phase 2 of our move begins next week! :-O
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