On Location – Eastern Washington

Recently, I went with a couple friends out to Washington’s Palouse region.  It is an expansive landscape, full of sagelands, empty roads, and wheatfields—industrial agriculture at its most beautiful.

We decided to explore an old abandoned homestead, and were rewarded with a spectacular display of light and shadow in the attic. I try to look at the world with open eyes because you never know what you may find that has the potential to create an interesting photograph.

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2 Responses to “On Location – Eastern Washington”

  1. great pics like the roof of those ruins the best

  2. Charlie says:

    It’s funny how some of the scenes that at first look so bland and empty can produce striking images with just a second look.

    I can’t say that I would have noticed that attic, but I’m glad you did. The interplay of shadow and light really makes that image pop.

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