East Washington

South east part of Washington state is popular with photographers for its unique and beautiful landscapes. Seems like endless rolling hills are planted with different types of crops and produce very nice patterns of different colors.

We were there last year for a quick overnight trip. For sunrise and sunset we went to the Steptoe State park and enjoyed beautiful views from the high above. During the day we drove around and looked for some other interesting photo opportunities, like this one.

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11 Responses to East Washington

  1. kazg10 says:

    Love the green rolling hills. looks like the perfect spot. Lovely photos.

  2. What a great pic of curves and lines, a sort of fantasy higgledy-piggledy landscape.

  3. Rusha Sams says:

    Was just there. Love the Palouse and all the farm areas in Eastern Washington. Rolling landscape dotted with barns — love it all. Thanks for reminding me of good times.

  4. South east part of Washington sate is very interesting for me that live In Cambodia.

  5. suej says:

    I love the rolling hills in this 🙂

  6. Hornblower says:

    Great pic! Makes me want to meander up and down the curves and disappear into the bushes…I should stop fantasizing now.

  7. natuurfreak says:

    Great green rolling hills

  8. I am homesick. This is the area I grew up in.

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