Palouse – July 18 – July 25, 2015

Here’s us hard at work on our photographic tour with Teri Lou Dantzler:

The Group with Conr handling the ice cream duties (helped by Nigel Hemingway, Derek Chambers and Larry Citra). The customers are: Celia Visscher, Virginia deBruyn, Sharon Jensen, Diane Hopp, Gun Granberg and Teri Lou Dantzler.

The Group with Conr handling the ice cream duties (helped by Nigel Hemingway, Derek Chambers and Larry Citra). The customers are: Celia Visscher, Virginia deBruyn, Sharon Jensen, Diane Hopp, Gun Granberg and Teri Lou Dantzler. (iPhone Photo Processing by Teri Lou)

Eight keen Bridge Lake Photography Group members set off one hot July morning to begin the trek to the south-eastern area of Washington State known as the Palouse.  Why did we want to go there?  Because of its unique topography and what the farmers have done with it, the region is a magnet to photographers.  Rolling grain and legume fields, old house and barns, red barns, beautiful sunrises and sunsets, the photo ops abound.  Many  Palouse images were shown at our meetings (August 6 and 20, 2015) and have now been uploaded to the BLPG website in the Photographers Showcase pages of the above photographers.

Here’s another view:

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