The Palouse Through Their Eyes

The Palouse Through Their Eyes

This year I led or Co-Led two back to back workshops in the Palouse.  Below you’ll find images from almost all who participated in those two trips.  Once again, I am blown away with the creativity and talent!  WOW!  Don’t forget to click on the blue link...
Palouse Through Their Eyes

Palouse Through Their Eyes

I’m excited to present another installment of “Through Their Eyes.” This time from the Palouse!  If you would like to join me next June in the Palouse, I am taking deposits now. Check out my WORKSHOP page!   Anna Jo – My favorite image from the...
Palouse #3

Palouse #3

I remember thinking how ugly power poles were in a pristine landscape. Then I realized they are part of the landscape and can add interest to the scene or in this case lead the eye into and through the frame. Once again, for me the clouds and cloud shadows are what...
Palouse Shadows

Palouse Shadows

For me, rolling cloud shadows are what makes the Palouse exciting.  I mean, the whole of the Palouse is tremendous, but, when there is a blue sky,white puffy clouds and a bit of wind to move those clouds along, well, that gets my heart racing!...
The Palouse

The Palouse

This is a tree that is part of an iconic shot from Steptoe Butte.  The clouds were calling me and I obliged.  I love the Palouse and look forward to leading another group next spring.  If you’re interested, I’ll be taking deposits shortly.  Remember click...
The Palouse Through Their Eyes

The Palouse Through Their Eyes

I am pleased to present another installment in my “through their eyes” series.  This time a group of images from our participants on our recent Palouse Harvest tour. Harvest came very early this year, but, this group brought their good time with them and...

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