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Quick Shot – Palouse

I’ve been working on another Greek post, but been too busy to finish it. One reason I’ busy is that I spent several days on a trip to the Palouse earlier this week. I’m preparing a photography guide for the Palouse area for Snapp Guides (I recently finished a Snapp Guide for the Puget Sound region that should, hopefully, be available soon). So, rather than wait for me to finish my Greek post, I thought I’d offer you a quick shot from the Palouse. This unusual round barn is located near the town of Pullman, Washington. This spot (along with many others) will be provided in my Palouse guide, along with the best times to capture the image and other advice. I’ve just started on the Palouse guide, and it should be available sometime next year. You can see my previous posts about the Palouse here, here, here, here, here, here, and here (wow, that’s a lot of posts; I guess I really like the Palouse).

4 responses

  1. Heide

    Wow, you really DO like Palouse! And with good reason: It’s jaw-droppingly gorgeous. Just like the photo you posted today. Wonderful work, Joe!

    June 9, 2018 at 9:33 am

    • Thanks Heide. Hope you can make it over here some day.

      June 9, 2018 at 4:53 pm

  2. Nice to see a Palouse photo that isn’t from a high vantage point during golden hour. Well done! 🙂

    June 10, 2018 at 8:20 am

    • Thanks Frank. While not taken from a high vantage point, it was taken during the golden hour 🙂 And I have plenty of shots from high vantage points as well. But I know what you mean about most shots that get posted from the Palouse; it seems every photographer there automatically heads to Steptoe Butte. Part of what I’m doing with my guide is finding alternatives to Steptoe Butte.

      June 10, 2018 at 1:24 pm

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