Contrasts come naturally on The Palouse, that area of rolling farmland in Eastern Washington and parts of Idaho. Sunlight, storms, shadows — all contrast nicely with the overlapping fields of wheat, quinoa, oats, and canola which form contrasts of their own. You might think that 5,000 square miles of agricultural landscape would get monotonous, but not when you look for nature’s own contrasting elements.
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