The Palouse is an extensive region of dry land crop farming in southeastern Washington and northern Idaho. Hills and hollows, grasslands and undulating plateaus, steptoes and basalt plains make up the countryside. Crops planted on contoured hills create patterns, textures and designs. Farms, barns, small towns, grain elevators, all provide material for composition. It is endlessly fascinating and satisfying, a photographer's delight.
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