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The Palouse

The 15% discount will Expire June 30, 2018

Visit the gallery here:
The Palouse Gallery

You know me as a portrait photographer but I also enjoy landscape photography.

This past May, my husband Mike and I visited The Palouse region of Washington State. It’s a place I’ve wanted to visit for years and finally took the opportunity. We chose early May because the wheat fields are newly sprouted and the winter wheat has been harvested, so the hills have lots of dappled colors.

The view from Steptoe was incredible. We stood atop the butte only to be awestruck at the beauty. The sun as it glazed over miles and miles of velvety wheat covered slopes created dramatic shadows in the shallow valleys and gave the view the kind of delicate contrast that creates the richest, painterly scene I have ever taken in with my own eyes. The billowy landscape looked like soft mounds gently folding into one another all the way to the horizon. We were so captivated by the glorious view that we stood there from mid afternoon until well past sunset. Still, we couldn’t wait to get up at 4:30am the next morning to see the sun’s glowing magic from the east and how those shadows might look.

The time of year, the weather and the time of day all managed to coincide into gorgeous images and I wanted to share these incredible views with you.

I have created a gallery of some of the images I captured in those two picture-perfect days and making them available for you to purchase as comforting wall art for your home or office. I have never before offered my images as art for purchase so I am considering this a *Grand Opening Special* and for the month of June!

I am offering a promotion of 15% off your purchase of $50 or more.

Use Promo Code GOS2018 at check out and the discount will automatically apply.

Even if you do not intend to purchase, please visit the gallery and enjoy the images!

This promotion will Expire June 30, 2018

Visit the gallery here:
The Palouse Gallery

Thank you for visiting.