Weekly Photo Challenge: Infinite

As we wrap up a trip to the Inland Northwest (touring parts of three states — Montana, Idaho, and Washington), one area epitomizes this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Infinite — The Palouse.

The Palouse is a major agricultural area spanning parts of Washington state and Idaho. With its rolling landscape planted with wheat, barley, quinoa, hay, and legumes, the land beckons us to view it as art: contoured beds of rich golden colors overlapping swirls of freshly tilled rich soil.  Occasionally, weathered red barns nestle into the folds.  And green harvesters roll along pulling their forked metal fingers through the land.

October sky meets the infinite fields of The Palouse


From the top of Steptoe Butte: yellows, tans, and browns of The Palouse roll into the horizon.


Wind farm stretching its arms into the sky while watching over The Palouse

IMG_5233Weekly Photo Challenge: Infinite



About Oh, the Places We See

Met at University of Tennessee, been married for 47 years, and still passionate about travel whether we're volunteering with Habitat Global Village, combining work at Discovery with pleasure, or just seeing the world. Hope you'll join us as we try to see it all while we can!
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