Tucked away in the Southeast corner of Washington is an area known as the Palouse. It is roughly a three country region of the most fertile soil in america. It’s also a photographers paradise. Gently rolling hills, big skies, farmland, plowed fields as far as the eye can see. Throw in old barns, lonely trees and abandoned properties and you have a place that a photographer loves. I am leading a PODAS Photography Workshop in the region for the next week. There are 28 attendees and with staff and wives I am guiding 40 people. I have a team of great instructors and staff. I’ll try to post an new image from the thrip each day. Here is an image then on a trip in the spring. You can also follow this trip in more detail BY CLICKING HERE.