For more information, contact the Pullman Chamber of Commerce: 509.334.3565 or visit our website

Find and post photos of the Palouse on Facebook!

Do not enter structures which appear to be abandoned. Do not walk into fields (currently growing or not), without permission of landowners. Please respect the property of others.

 

The Palouse is Picture Perfect!

More than one third of the visitors to the Palouse are here to capture the beauty of the rolling hills and scenic vistas of this unique geological farmland.

Photographer T. Rand Collins completed on article on photography on the Palouse: Golden Light – Visions of the Palouse

Here is a 2011 article from Canadian Camera Magazine that highlights the area brilliantly, both from the camera’s lens, as well as a look into the life of a modern day farming family. CCFall2011-Palouse

Feel free to share your photos and Palouse adventures on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/PicturePerfectPalouse

Regardless of the time of the year that you visit; you are assured of finding a perfect shot.

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View Toward Moscow and Pullman from Kamiak Butte, Washington

Kamiak Butte

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The colors of the Palouse

The colors of the Palouse

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You can find more information on the Pullman Chamber of Commerce website: http://www.pullmanchamber.com/visit-pullman/things-to-do-in-pullman/photography/