Southeast Washington is a unique landscape of rolling hills, now covered in wheat and part of a larger story in this landscape. Repeated flooding from an ice dam on Lake Missoula (100+ miles away) covered this area in “ripples” of rich, fertile soil making it ideal for wheat with the climate.
Photographically, it’s a playground of light and design with an infinite variety of composition. Light and landscape is only a portion of the Palouse experience though. Behind the images are hundreds of miles of dusty roads, snowy roads, early mornings, frozen fingers and countless smiles:)