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The Palouse area is a photographer’s dream located in Eastern, Washington. And 2013 saw the largest planting of Canola in Whitman County! The gently rolling hills of wheat, barley, peas, also lentils and canola also corn mean spectacular panoramic views and the wildflowers and country roads dotted with 100+ year old barns mean you will never be short of subject matter. May and June for the palouse are the best months to capture the yellows and greens, July and August for the gold and brown plantation.

June or July Our most popular month for photographers field, this is when those expansive fields of wheat, hay roll, start to show their many hues of green. The second week of June through the first week of July are the best times if you are looking for the deep green colors on the undulating hills. This is a great time for photographing both panoramas and individual wheat shocks and hay. The bright greens make a lovely background for the 100+ year old barns and homesteads.

Once the most populous region of the Northwest, the Palouse fields is a fortunate corner of the globe thanks to its agriculture bounty. From Walla Walla to Coeur d’Alene in the north and to Lewiston in the south, the rolling hills of the Palouse grow the nation’s richest crops of wheat and barley, lentils and chick peas. we also have other green wheat field ready as live wallpaper for you.

Pictures of wheat fields grown on the Palouse yields up to 100 bushels an acre, twice the national average. Some 125 million bushels a year, worth $10 or so a bushel, are harvested by lifelong farmers driving combines along the steeply contoured landscape with self-levelling, air-conditioned cabs (the world’s most awesome riding mowers).

But crops are worth next to nothing unless they can find a market. And here’s where the Palouse trumps the Midwest by taking advantage of the deepwater channels of the Snake and Columbia Rivers. From an altitude of 700 feet above sea level in Lewiston (the furthest-inland ocean-going port on the Pacific coast), giant barges holding twice the payload of barges on the Mississippi float the wheat 360 miles downriver, through a system of eight dams and locks to Cargill’s grain elevators in Portland and Vancouver.

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