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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 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 red barn is in a wheat field near Pullman, 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.

Steptoe Battlefield is the site where Lt. Col. E.J. Steptoe led 159 American soldiers in a battle with a large band of Spokane, Palouse and Coeur D'Alene Native Americans on May 17, 1858. The soldiers fought off a series of attacks until nightfall. Running out of ammunition and facing disaster, Lt. Col. Steptoe and his men retreated under cover of darkness to Fort Walla Walla. Steptoe Battlefied State Park is located in Rosalia, 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.

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 communications equipment 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 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 a grain silo in a wheatfield 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 was taken near the town of Palouse, Washington State, USA.

Steptoe Battlefield is the site where Lt. Col. E.J. Steptoe led 159 American soldiers in a battle with a large band of Spokane, Palouse and Coeur D'Alene Native Americans on May 17, 1858. The soldiers fought off a series of attacks until nightfall. Running out of ammunition and facing disaster, Lt. Col. Steptoe and his men retreated under cover of darkness to Fort Walla Walla. Steptoe Battlefied State Park is located in Rosalia, 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.

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 Yellow-Bellied Marmot (Marmota flaviventris) dominates the "desert" of central and eastern Washington. Marmots are mainly herbivorous. Their diet consists of grasses, berries, lichens, mosses, roots, and flowers. This marmot was photographed in at Palouse Falls State Park near LaCrosse, Washington State, USA.

At the end of the last ice age, the great Missoula Flood swept across eastern Washington leaving the unique scablands we see today. Palouse Falls, 198 feet high, remains as one of the magnificent remnants of the flood. As of February 12, 2014, Palouse Falls was named as Washington State's official waterfall. The powerful waterfall is on the Palouse River, a few miles upstream from its confluence with the Snake River. This view was captured from Palouse Falls State Park, Washington State, USA.

At the end of the last ice age, the great Missoula Flood swept across eastern Washington leaving the unique scablands we see today. Palouse Falls, 198 feet high, remains as one of the magnificent remnants of the flood. As of February 12, 2014, Palouse Falls was named as Washington State's official waterfall. The powerful waterfall is on the Palouse River, a few miles upstream from its confluence with the Snake River. This view of the Palouse River Canyon was captured from Palouse Falls State Park, Washington State, USA.

At the end of the last ice age, the great Missoula Flood swept across eastern Washington leaving the unique scablands we see today. Palouse Falls, 198 feet high, remains as one of the magnificent remnants of the flood. As of February 12, 2014, Palouse Falls was named as Washington State's official waterfall. The powerful waterfall is on the Palouse River, a few miles upstream from its confluence with the Snake River. This view was captured from Palouse Falls State Park, Washington State, USA.

At the end of the last ice age, the great Missoula Flood swept across eastern Washington leaving the unique scablands we see today. Palouse Falls, 198 feet high, remains as one of the magnificent remnants of the flood. As of February 12, 2014, Palouse Falls was named as Washington State's official waterfall. The powerful waterfall is on the Palouse River, a few miles upstream from its confluence with the Snake River. This view of the Palouse River Canyon was captured from Palouse Falls State Park, Washington State, USA.

The Yellow-Bellied Marmot (Marmota flaviventris) dominates the "desert" of central and eastern Washington. Marmots are mainly herbivorous. Their diet consists of grasses, berries, lichens, mosses, roots, and flowers. This marmot was photographed in at Palouse Falls State Park near LaCrosse, Washington State, USA.

The Yellow-Bellied Marmot (Marmota flaviventris) dominates the "desert" of central and eastern Washington. Marmots are mainly herbivorous. Their diet consists of grasses, berries, lichens, mosses, roots, and flowers. This marmot was photographed in at Palouse Falls State Park near LaCrosse, Washington State, USA.

The Yellow-Bellied Marmot (Marmota flaviventris) dominates the "desert" of central and eastern Washington. Marmots are mainly herbivorous. Their diet consists of grasses, berries, lichens, mosses, roots, and flowers. This marmot was photographed in at Palouse Falls State Park near LaCrosse, 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.

At the end of the last ice age, the great Missoula Flood swept across eastern Washington leaving the unique scablands we see today. Palouse Falls, 198 feet high, remains as one of the magnificent remnants of the flood. As of February 12, 2014, Palouse Falls was named as Washington State's official waterfall. The powerful waterfall is on the Palouse River, a few miles upstream from its confluence with the Snake River. This view wildflowers on the rim of Palouse Falls was captured from Palouse Falls State Park, Washington State, USA.

At the end of the last ice age, the great Missoula Flood swept across eastern Washington leaving the unique scablands we see today. Palouse Falls, 198 feet high, remains as one of the magnificent remnants of the flood. As of February 12, 2014, Palouse Falls was named as Washington State's official waterfall. The powerful waterfall is on the Palouse River, a few miles upstream from its confluence with the Snake River. This view was captured from Palouse Falls State Park, 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.

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 deer grazing in a wheatfield 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 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 Alpowa Summit near Clarkston, 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 Alpowa Summit near Clarkston, Washington State, USA.

The Yellow-Bellied Marmot (Marmota flaviventris) dominates the "desert" of central and eastern Washington. Marmots are mainly herbivorous. Their diet consists of grasses, berries, lichens, mosses, roots, and flowers. This marmot was photographed in at Palouse Falls State Park near LaCrosse, Washington State, USA.

The Yellow-Bellied Marmot (Marmota flaviventris) dominates the "desert" of central and eastern Washington. Marmots are mainly herbivorous. Their diet consists of grasses, berries, lichens, mosses, roots, and flowers. This marmot was photographed in at Palouse Falls State Park near LaCrosse, 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 red barn is in a wheat field near Pullman, 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

At the end of the last ice age, the great Missoula Flood swept across eastern Washington leaving the unique scablands we see today. Palouse Falls, 198 feet high, remains as one of the magnificent remnants of the flood. As of February 12, 2014, Palouse Falls was named as Washington State's official waterfall. The powerful waterfall is on the Palouse River, a few miles upstream from its confluence with the Snake River. This view of the Palouse River Canyon was captured from Palouse Falls State Park, Washington State, USA.

At the end of the last ice age, the great Missoula Flood swept across eastern Washington leaving the unique scablands we see today. Palouse Falls, 198 feet high, remains as one of the magnificent remnants of the flood. As of February 12, 2014, Palouse Falls was named as Washington State's official waterfall. The powerful waterfall is on the Palouse River, a few miles upstream from its confluence with the Snake River. This view off morning mist over the falls was captured from Palouse Falls State Park, Washington State, USA.

At the end of the last ice age, the great Missoula Flood swept across eastern Washington leaving the unique scablands we see today. Palouse Falls, 198 feet high, remains as one of the magnificent remnants of the flood. As of February 12, 2014, Palouse Falls was named as Washington State's official waterfall. The powerful waterfall is on the Palouse River, a few miles upstream from its confluence with the Snake River. This view was captured from Palouse Falls State Park, Washington State, USA.

At the end of the last ice age, the great Missoula Flood swept across eastern Washington leaving the unique scablands we see today. Palouse Falls, 198 feet high, remains as one of the magnificent remnants of the flood. As of February 12, 2014, Palouse Falls was named as Washington State's official waterfall. The powerful waterfall is on the Palouse River, a few miles upstream from its confluence with the Snake River. This view of the Palouse River Canyon was captured from Palouse Falls State Park, 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.

Installed wind power capacity in Washington State has grown in recent years and the state now ranks among the top ten in the nation with the most wind power installed. As of 2016, wind energy accounted for 7.1% of all energy generated in Washington State. These turbines operate near Pomeroy, 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.

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