Field Reports

The Palouse Spring Tour 2016

George Theodore, July 9, 2016

The Palouse is one of those places that one forgets, as Claude Monet put it, the thing we're looking at. Hills, valleys, trees, crops, sky, clouds all very quickly become line, shape, form, texture, pattern and color. It's so easy to forget the names of things. Our group enjoyed five days of wandering around the Palouse, visiting locations well known and others known to but a few. Between Eastern Washington and Western Idaho, whether we were photographing barns or silos, garbonzo beans or canola, it seemed the photo opportunites were endless. 

The best way to describe it all is through the images of some of our participants and here they are: