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The Palouse is a rich agricultural area encompassing much of southeastern Washington State, and parts of Idaho. It is characterized by low rolling hills mostly devoid of trees. Photographers are drawn to the Palouse for its wide open landscapes and ever changing colors. In the spring it is a visual mosaic of green. This red barn is in a wheat field near Pullman, Washington State, USA.

The Big Leaf Maple (Acer Macrophyllum) is a deciduous tree that commonly forms the green understory in the mixed conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest. During the spring and summer, the maples use sunlight and chlorophyll to create food necessary for the tree’s growth. In late summer and early fall, the big leaf maple produces seeds which are a source of food for many animals. Later in the fall, as the days get shorter and colder, the naturally green chlorophyll in the leaves breaks down and they stop producing food. Other pigments are now visible, causing the leaves to take on beautiful orange and yellow colors. These colors can vary from year to year depending on weather conditions. For instance, when autumn is warm and rainy, the leaves are less colorful. This scene of a white farm house and colorful big leaf maple was photographed in Edgewood, Washington State, USA.

The Big Leaf Maple (Acer Macrophyllum) is a deciduous tree that commonly forms the green understory in the mixed conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest. During the spring and summer, the maples use sunlight and chlorophyll to create food necessary for the tree’s growth. In late summer and early fall, the big leaf maple produces seeds which are a source of food for many animals. Later in the fall, as the days get shorter and colder, the naturally green chlorophyll in the leaves breaks down and they stop producing food. Other pigments are now visible, causing the leaves to take on beautiful orange and yellow colors. These colors can vary from year to year depending on weather conditions. For instance, when autumn is warm and rainy, the leaves are less colorful. This scene of a yellow farm house and colorful big leaf maple was photographed in Edgewood, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. The historic Thomas Murphy barn sits on Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park near Jackson, Wyoming, USA.

Fall comes early to the high country of Montana. While the plains are still baking in the heat of summer, the Continental Divide is taking on the hues of autumn. This scene of the Rocky Mountain Front Range was photographed from the Pine Butte Guest Ranch near Choteau, Montana, USA.

Klickitat County, on the north shore of the Columbia Gorge, is often described as "The Land Where the Sun Meets the Rain”. This is because of its location between the wet west side of the Cascade Range and the warmer, drier east side. The evergreen forests and oak woodlands of the county are perfect for wildlife viewing, hiking, biking, skiing and other outdoor activities. This scene of Mount Adams, the second highest mountain in the state, was photographed near Trout Lake, Washington State, USA.

The Common Sunflower (Helianthus annus), a wild native of the American Southwest, is a member of the Asteraceae family. It has a well-known characteristic, called heliotropism, of pivoting its leaves and buds to track the path of the sun from sunrise to sunset. Once the flowers open, they are oriented to the east to greet the rising sun. The common sunflower thrives in the dry, brown disturbed soils of the southwest, turning the arid landscape into a shimmering yellow carpet that attracts wildlife, insects and human visitors alike. In Northern Arizona, the Navajo ancestors extracted a dark red dye from the outer seed coats and the Hopi cultivated a purple sunflower to make a special dye. The sunflower seed was an important food source for most North American tribes. The sunflower, with its large yellow flowers, is also an iconic art symbol and the state flower of Kansas. After the Summer Monsoon rains bring moisture to the region, sunflowers bloom in fields all over Northern Arizona. This field of sunflowers was photographed at Campbell Meadows in Flagstaff, Arizona, USA.

The canola plant produces beautiful fields of yellow flowers when the plants are blooming. Besides the beautiful flowers, the canola seed is crushed and the primary byproducts are cooking oil, biodiesel fuel and meal for livestock feed. As of 2014, there were more than 43,000 acres of canola planted in Washington State, producing a crop worth about $13 million. Washington State, ranks 4th in the nation in canola production behind North Dakota, Oklahoma and Montana. This field of canola in bloom was photographed in Adams County near Washtucna, Washington State, USA.

The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is held annually in the spring, April 1 to April 30. During that time the bulb farms burst with color from the many varieties of tulips and daffodils. Visitors come from far and wide to take in the spectacular display. This field of tulips is near the town of Mount Vernon in Washington State, USA.

The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is held annually in the spring, April 1 to April 30. During that time the bulb farms burst with color from the many varieties of tulips and daffodils. Visitors come from far and wide to take in the spectacular display. This field, displaying a lone yellow tulip among red ones, is near the town of Mount Vernon in Washington State, USA.

The Palouse is a rich agricultural area encompassing much of southeastern Washington State and parts of Idaho. It is characterized by low rolling hills mostly devoid of trees. Photographers are drawn to the Palouse for its wide open landscapes and ever changing colors. In the spring it is a visual mosaic of green. This picture was taken at Steptoe Butte State Park near Colfax, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. The historic Thomas Alma and Lucille Moulton barn (circa 1910) sits on Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park near Jackson, Wyoming, USA.

The Palouse is a rich agricultural area encompassing much of southeastern Washington State and parts of Idaho. It is characterized by low rolling hills mostly devoid of trees. Photographers are drawn to the Palouse for its wide open landscapes and ever changing colors. In the spring it is a visual mosaic of green. This picture was taken at Steptoe Butte State Park near Colfax, Washington State, USA.

The Palouse is a rich agricultural area encompassing much of southeastern Washington State and parts of Idaho. It is characterized by low rolling hills mostly devoid of trees. Photographers are drawn to the Palouse for its wide open landscapes and ever changing colors. In the spring it is a visual mosaic of green. This picture of Steptoe Butte was taken at Steptoe Butte State Park near Colfax, Washington State, USA.

The Palouse is a rich agricultural area encompassing much of southeastern Washington State and parts of Idaho. It is characterized by low rolling hills mostly devoid of trees. Photographers are drawn to the Palouse for its wide open landscapes and ever changing colors. In the spring it is a visual mosaic of green. This picture was taken at Steptoe Butte State Park near Colfax, Washington State, USA.

Cottonwood trees in the Pacific Northwest often shed their foliage in the fall without turning color. This tree held its leaves well into November one year, giving them a chance to turn color when the weather cooled off. This scene with the gold leaves was photographed in Edgewood, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This bright red barn sits above the Green River Valley near Black Diamond, Washington State, USA.

The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is held annually in the spring, April 1 to April 30. During that time the bulb farms burst with color from the many varieties of tulips and daffodils. Visitors come from far and wide to take in the spectacular display. This rainbow over a field of tulips is near the town of Mount Vernon in Washington State, USA.

Mount Si (4,167 feet) is a mountain on the western edge of the Cascade Range just above the coastal lowlands of Puget Sound. It rises 3,727 feet above the nearby towns and farm lands. Mount Si was named after local homesteader Josiah "Uncle Si" Merritt. It was featured in the television show Twin Peaks, which was filmed in nearby North Bend, Washington State, USA.

The Common Sunflower (Helianthus annus), a wild native of the American Southwest, is a member of the Asteraceae family. It has a well-known characteristic, called heliotropism, of pivoting its leaves and buds to track the path of the sun from sunrise to sunset. Once the flowers open, they are oriented to the east to greet the rising sun. The common sunflower thrives in the dry, brown disturbed soils of the southwest, turning the arid landscape into a shimmering yellow carpet that attracts wildlife, insects and human visitors alike. In Northern Arizona, the Navajo ancestors extracted a dark red dye from the outer seed coats and the Hopi cultivated a purple sunflower to make a special dye. The sunflower seed was an important food source for most North American tribes. The sunflower, with its large yellow flowers, is also an iconic art symbol and the state flower of Kansas. After the Summer Monsoon rains bring moisture to the region, sunflowers bloom in fields all over Northern Arizona. This lone tree, surrounded by a field of sunflowers, was photographed at Campbell Meadows in Flagstaff, Arizona, USA.

A mineral lick or salt lick is a place where animals can go to get needed minerals. These licks can be naturally occurring or artificial blocks placed by humans. Farmers place mineral licks in their pastures to help provide nutrients for their livestock. These licks are especially important where the soils are poor and lacking in essential nutrients. Hunters may use salt licks to attract wild game although this practice is not legal everywhere. This salt lick was photographed on open-range land in the Prescott National Forest near Camp Verde, Arizona, USA.

A mineral lick or salt lick is a place where animals can go to get needed minerals. These licks can be naturally occurring or artificial blocks placed by humans. Farmers place mineral licks in their pastures to help provide nutrients for their livestock. These licks are especially important where the soils are poor and lacking in essential nutrients. Hunters may use salt licks to attract wild game although this practice is not legal everywhere. This salt lick was photographed on open-range land in the Prescott National Forest near Camp Verde, Arizona, USA.

The Palouse is a rich agricultural area encompassing much of southeastern Washington State and parts of Idaho. It is characterized by low rolling hills mostly devoid of trees. Photographers are drawn to the Palouse for its wide open landscapes and ever changing colors. In the spring it is a visual mosaic of green. This picture was taken near the town of Palouse, Washington State, USA.

Klickitat County, on the north shore of the Columbia Gorge, is often described as "The Land Where the Sun Meets the Rain”. This is because of its location between the wet west side of the Cascade Range and the warmer, drier east side. The evergreen forests and oak woodlands of the county are perfect for wildlife viewing, hiking, biking, skiing and other outdoor activities. This scene of pasture and woodland was photographed near Trout Lake, Washington State, USA.

A mineral lick or salt lick is a place where animals can go to get needed minerals. These licks can be naturally occurring or artificial blocks placed by humans. Farmers place mineral licks in their pastures to help provide nutrients for their livestock. These licks are especially important where the soils are poor and lacking in essential nutrients. Hunters may use salt licks to attract wild game although this practice is not legal everywhere. This salt lick was photographed on open-range land in the Prescott National Forest near Camp Verde, Arizona, USA.

The Palouse is a rich agricultural area encompassing much of southeastern Washington State and parts of Idaho. It is characterized by low rolling hills mostly devoid of trees. Photographers are drawn to the Palouse for its wide open landscapes and ever changing colors. In the spring it is a visual mosaic of green. This picture of rolling wheatfields was taken at Fugate Road near the town of Palouse, Washington State, USA.

The Palouse is a rich agricultural area encompassing much of southeastern Washington State and parts of Idaho. It is characterized by low rolling hills mostly devoid of trees. Photographers are drawn to the Palouse for its wide open landscapes and ever changing colors. In the spring it is a visual mosaic of green. This picture of rolling wheatfields was taken at Fugate Road near the town of Palouse, Washington State, USA.

Klickitat County, on the north shore of the Columbia Gorge, is often described as "The Land Where the Sun Meets the Rain”. This is because of its location between the wet west side of the Cascade Range and the warmer, drier east side. The evergreen forests and oak woodlands of the county are perfect for wildlife viewing, hiking, biking, skiing and other outdoor activities. This scene of pasture and woodland was photographed near Trout Lake, Washington State, USA.

The Palouse is a rich agricultural area encompassing much of southeastern Washington State and parts of Idaho. It is characterized by low rolling hills mostly devoid of trees. Photographers are drawn to the Palouse for its wide open landscapes and ever changing colors. In the spring it is a visual mosaic of green. This picture was taken near the town of Palouse, Washington State, USA.

The Palouse is a rich agricultural area encompassing much of southeastern Washington State and parts of Idaho. It is characterized by low rolling hills mostly devoid of trees. Photographers are drawn to the Palouse for its wide open landscapes and ever changing colors. In the spring it is a visual mosaic of green. This picture of a grain silo in a wheatfield was taken at Fugate Road near the town of Palouse, Washington State, USA.

Mount Vernon, Washington, USA - April 20, 2011: The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is held annually in the spring, April 1 to April 30. During that time the bulb farms burst with color from the many varieties of tulips and daffodils. Visitors, including photographers, come from far and wide to take in the spectacular display. This woman is taking a close-up photograph of a yellow tulip.

The Palouse is a rich agricultural area encompassing much of southeastern Washington State, and parts of Idaho. It is characterized by low rolling hills mostly devoid of trees. Photographers are drawn to the Palouse for its wide open landscapes and ever changing colors. In the spring it is a visual mosaic of green. This picture was taken at Steptoe Butte State Park near Colfax, Washington State, USA.

The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is held annually in the spring, April 1 to April 30. During that time the bulb farms burst with color from the many varieties of tulips and daffodils. Visitors come from far and wide to take in the spectacular display. This field of tulips is near the town of Mount Vernon in Washington State, USA.

Edgewood, Washington, USA - October 29, 2010: The Big Leaf Maple (Acer Macrophyllum) is a deciduous tree that commonly forms the green understory in the mixed conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest. During the spring and summer, the maples use sunlight and chlorophyll to create food necessary for the tree’s growth. In late summer and early fall, the big leaf maple produces seeds which are a source of food for many animals. Later in the fall, as the days get shorter and colder, the naturally green chlorophyll in the leaves breaks down and they stop producing food. Other pigments are now visible, causing the leaves to take on beautiful orange and yellow colors. These colors can vary from year to year depending on weather conditions. For instance, when autumn is warm and rainy, the leaves are less colorful. This scene of a white farm house and colorful big leaf maple was photographed in Edgewood, Washington State, USA.

The Palouse is a rich agricultural area encompassing much of southeastern Washington State and parts of Idaho. It is characterized by low rolling hills mostly devoid of trees. Photographers are drawn to the Palouse for its wide open landscapes and ever changing colors. In the spring it is a visual mosaic of green. This picture was taken at Steptoe Butte State Park near Colfax, Washington State, USA.

The Palouse is a rich agricultural area encompassing much of southeastern Washington State and parts of Idaho. It is characterized by low rolling hills mostly devoid of trees. Photographers are drawn to the Palouse for its wide open landscapes and ever changing colors. In the spring it is a visual mosaic of green. This picture was taken at Steptoe Butte State Park near Colfax, Washington State, USA.

People don't normally think of Arizona as a place that gets much snow in the winter. This scene of a wooden farm implement and Mount Elden was photographed from Buffalo Park on McMillan Mesa in Northern Arizona. At 7,000 feet elevation, snow falls often here in the winter, sometimes accumulating one to two feet at a time. Buffalo Park is in Flagstaff, Arizona, USA.

The Big Leaf Maple (Acer Macrophyllum) is a deciduous tree that commonly forms the green understory in the mixed conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest. During the spring and summer, the maples use sunlight and chlorophyll to create food necessary for the tree’s growth. In late summer and early fall, the big leaf maple produces seeds which are a source of food for many animals. Later in the fall, as the days get shorter and colder, the naturally green chlorophyll in the leaves breaks down and they stop producing food. Other pigments are now visible, causing the leaves to take on beautiful orange and yellow colors. These colors can vary from year to year depending on weather conditions. For instance, when autumn is warm and rainy, the leaves are less colorful. This colorful big leaf maple was photographed in Edgewood, Washington State, USA.

The Big Leaf Maple (Acer Macrophyllum) is a deciduous tree that commonly forms the green understory in the mixed conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest. During the spring and summer, the maples use sunlight and chlorophyll to create food necessary for the tree’s growth. In late summer and early fall, the big leaf maple produces seeds which are a source of food for many animals. Later in the fall, as the days get shorter and colder, the naturally green chlorophyll in the leaves breaks down and they stop producing food. Other pigments are now visible, causing the leaves to take on beautiful orange and yellow colors. These colors can vary from year to year depending on weather conditions. For instance, when autumn is warm and rainy, the leaves are less colorful. This scene of a yellow farm house and colorful big leaf maple was photographed in Edgewood, Washington State, USA.

The Big Leaf Maple (Acer Macrophyllum) is a deciduous tree that commonly forms the green understory in the mixed conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest. During the spring and summer, the maples use sunlight and chlorophyll to create food necessary for the tree’s growth. In late summer and early fall, the big leaf maple produces seeds which are a source of food for many animals. Later in the fall, as the days get shorter and colder, the naturally green chlorophyll in the leaves breaks down and they stop producing food. Other pigments are now visible, causing the leaves to take on beautiful orange and yellow colors. These colors can vary from year to year depending on weather conditions. For instance, when autumn is warm and rainy, the leaves are less colorful. This scene of a white farm house and colorful big leaf maple was photographed in Edgewood, Washington State, USA.

The Big Leaf Maple (Acer Macrophyllum) is a deciduous tree that commonly forms the green understory in the mixed conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest. During the spring and summer, the maples use sunlight and chlorophyll to create food necessary for the tree’s growth. In late summer and early fall, the big leaf maple produces seeds which are a source of food for many animals. Later in the fall, as the days get shorter and colder, the naturally green chlorophyll in the leaves breaks down and they stop producing food. Other pigments are now visible, causing the leaves to take on beautiful orange and yellow colors. These colors can vary from year to year depending on weather conditions. For instance, when autumn is warm and rainy, the leaves are less colorful. This scene of a yellow farm house and colorful big leaf maple was photographed in Edgewood, Washington State, USA.

Nothing speaks of rural America like an old barn. Sadly, many of these wooden relics have fallen into disrepair or simply disappeared. The few still remaining remind us of a time when small farms produced most of the food we eat. This unique blue painted barn sits in the Stillaguamish Valley north of Arlington, Washington State, USA.

The Big Leaf Maple (Acer Macrophyllum) is a deciduous tree that commonly forms the green understory in the mixed conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest. During the spring and summer, the maples use sunlight and chlorophyll to create food necessary for the tree’s growth. In late summer and early fall, the big leaf maple produces seeds which are a source of food for many animals. Later in the fall, as the days get shorter and colder, the naturally green chlorophyll in the leaves breaks down and they stop producing food. Other pigments are now visible, causing the leaves to take on beautiful orange and yellow colors. These colors can vary from year to year depending on weather conditions. For instance, when autumn is warm and rainy, the leaves are less colorful. This colorful big leaf maple was photographed in Edgewood, Washington State, USA.

The Canadian Gulf Islands are part of a rocky archipelago in the Strait of Georgia between Vancouver Island and the mainland of British Columbia. The larger archipelago includes the San Juan Islands in the United States. The Gulf Islands are perhaps best known for their natural beauty, farms, wineries, rural lifestyle and Mediterranean climate. Activities to be enjoyed in the Gulf Islands includes boating, kayaking, hiking, camping and wildlife viewing. This area was charted by British explorer George Vancouver during his 1791-1795 expedition. The name “Gulf Islands” comes from “Gulf of Georgia,” the original name used by Vancouver on his maps. This scene of a lavender farm was photographed on Saltspring Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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