The Palouse is a fertile area in south eastern Washington State characterized by miles upon miles of rolling hills that were formed 15,000 years ago by retreating glaciers that left behind pools of water that eventually dried out and the wind formed the landscape much like sand dunes. This unique area attracts visitors all throughout the growing season because of the unique landscape and the friendly farming community.

The Perkins House

The Perkins House

Perkins Homestead

Perkins Homestead

The Wheel Fence

The Wheel Fence

Abandoned Farmhouse B&W

Abandoned Farmhouse B&W

Abandoned Farmhouse

Abandoned Farmhouse

Rollin'

Rollin'

Bald Hill

Bald Hill

Bald Hill B&W

Bald Hill B&W

Palouse Landscape

Palouse Landscape

Palouse Windfarm

Palouse Windfarm

Palouse Abstract

Palouse Abstract

Abandoned

Abandoned

Windswept

Windswept

Steptoe Sunset

Steptoe Sunset

Palouse Wheatfields

Palouse Wheatfields

Palouse Cropduster

Palouse Cropduster