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Palouse Workshop Report

Landscape PhotographyTim Boyer

It's hard to beleive that my four days in the Palouse are over and I'm headed to Malheur National Willfie Refuge today.  Here are a few images from the last four days of  early mornings, late evenings that included a whole bunch of  photography and a few laughs along the way.  

A classic Palouse sunset from Steptoe Butte started the workshop off in the right way.
A classic Palouse sunset from Steptoe Butte started the workshop off in the right way.
The Palosue sunset from Steptoe Butte but faced nearly into the sun producted these warm colors.
The Palosue sunset from Steptoe Butte but faced nearly into the sun producted these warm colors.
Palouse Falls at sunrise. A very early morning, but worth the long drive and sleepy eyes. A magical place.
Palouse Falls at sunrise. A very early morning, but worth the long drive and sleepy eyes. A magical place.
Wheat Patterns and blue skies.
Wheat Patterns and blue skies.
Sunrise from Steptoe Butte on a windy day. Use teh car as a wind break and push the ISO up for a faster shutter speed!
Sunrise from Steptoe Butte on a windy day. Use teh car as a wind break and push the ISO up for a faster shutter speed!
Palouse patterns from Steptoe Butte.
Palouse patterns from Steptoe Butte.
Two shapres of Green. Really two different crops and more blue shies -- where are the clouds?
Two shapres of Green. Really two different crops and more blue shies -- where are the clouds?
Kamiak school house.
Kamiak school house.

What a fantastic place!  We had blue skies and very few clouds, the clouds would have added something to the sky, but for a guy who lives on the west side of the state, all sunny days are a bonus!    Just a short post I'm off to Malheur for a 3-day bird photography workshop.

Enjoy!   Thanks   Tim