About the Book
The Palouse is a region in eastern Washington state that was formed during repeated catastrophic floods as the glaciers retreated during the last Ice Age. The land was turned into rolling hills and one of the best vantage points from which to see the combination of Nature and Man's handiwork is from the top of Steptoe Butte, a rocky pinnacle that rises 1,000 feet above the rolling valley floor. "One Week In The Palouse" is a collection of photos taken from Steptoe Butte and the valley around it during the first week of July 2007. The colors are intense and the views unlike anything one usually sees driving down the highways between the small farming communities that dot the countryside. This is an intimate but vivid portrait of a landscape unique to North America.
Features & Details
- Category Travel
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Oct 28, 2007
- Tags eastern washington, Steptoe Butte, larry gerbrandt, rolling hills, palouse, colfax, pullman, washington, farm, farms, hill, hills, WA, wheat, canola, rapeseed, moonset, sunset, sunrise, sky, barn, barns, fields
Media analyst by vocation but photographer by avocation, I've been capturing images around the world for nearly 50 years. My professional career includes stints as a commercial photographer, TV commercial producer, cable TV operator and researcher. I have been COO of Kagan Research LLC and SVP/general manager of Nielsen Analytics, a division of The Nielsen Co. Currently I am founder and principal of Change Intelligence. I have a passion for landscape, travel and fine art photographer and currently work mostly with a Nikon D200.