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Located just south of Spokane, in Washington state, The Palouse is a rich farming area of some 3,000 square miles. It is somewhat reminiscent of Tuscany, in Italy, except instead of vineyards the main crop here is wheat and rapeseed (Canola).

The Palouse is a photographically exciting area to explore, in large measure because it is comparitively unknown. It is not a national park, and there is little in the way of guidance to this area. The only one with which I'm familiar isRobert Hitchman's Photograph America newsletter – Issue #54.

In June of 2007, along with four other photographers and friends, andVideo Journalproducer Chris Sanderson, I spent a week photographing in The Palouse as well as the Mt. Rainier and Mt. St. Helens areas. This page contains photographs and anecdotes from that shoot.

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Canola Perspective – Palouse, Washington. June, 2007Hasselblad H2 with 300mm l...

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