Phlumf.com | Photography by Jonathan Ley | The Palouse

The Palouse is a region located in southeastern Washington state, extending into parts of Idaho. The largest towns are Pullman, WA and Moscow, ID. The rolling hills extend north beyond Tekoa, WA, and south to the Snake River.

The Palouse looks quite different as the seasons progress. In late spring, the fields are green. The harvest season peaks around early August on most years. Winters can be harsh and cold - expect many of the smaller side roads (many of them with gravel beds) to be difficult or impassable.
Morning Walk on the Palouse
Cordilleran Flycatcher
Palouse Road
Big Skies
Whitman County Growers
Wind and Sun
2 Months to Harvest
Flashes of Color
Great Horned Owl
Waiting for the End
Against the Evening Sky
Waves of Grain
Quiet Evening
One Man's Weed
Fading Memories
Moo
Freeze Community Church
Bird
Palouse Farm
Home
Land
Sunset at the Barn
Amber Waves of Grain
Flowers and a Field
That Tree
Texture
Palouse Forever
History
Home
Into the Lush
And It Was
It is Loved
 Focus on the View
In Rolling Hills...
Ripples
One More Season?
Sweet Sunlight
The Photographers
Your Bread... Growing
Palouse Sunrise
Barn and Flowers
Wheels
Field of Gold
Harvest
Amber Waves
Tree and Sky
Striped
Wind Power
Patterns
Barley
Making Hay
Over Waves of Green
Blow Wind Blow
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