My camera seems to have become an extension of my amateur photographer eyes! All photos prior to 2007 are scanned and were taken with a Fuji camera.



Friday, 18 November 2011

Palouse near Waitsburg, Washington State, USA, 2011

18 comments:

Lowell said...

Okay, what the heck is a "palouse"? I can't find it in either the English or French dictionary. I've heard of a caboose, a palace, a papoose ...

Lovely landscape!

Lowell said...

Aha! It's a "luminous landscape" in the Pacific Northwest. Aha!

Woody said...

What a beautiful landscape with the rolling hills.

bfarr said...

Just lovely and a French lesson too.

Scott said...

I've heard so much about the Palouse hills and seen several photos. These are beautiful and I love the way your framed them with the tree branches here.

Pierre BOYER said...

Très beau paysage...

Pierre

Carraol said...

Beautiful place, beautiful painting!

joo said...

Beautiful, peaceful scenery!
By the way, I love Hansatic cities - they have this special atmosphere. Have you been to Riga? It's a treasure:D

Diane AZ said...

It looks like a painting...I love the beautiful colors and composition!

Lowell said...

Hi Ciel! Re your question on The Villages: Yes, it's more "southwestern" architecture...or Spanish. That's why they call it Spanish Springs! :-)

VP said...

Lovely watercolor!

Steffe said...

A beautiful scenery and a very fine photo.

Dimple said...

This is a well framed shot of a beautiful area. Today, I expect, it is covered with snow!

Cezar and Léia said...

The kind of landscape that I LOVE!
Great capture!
God bless you!
Cezar

tapirgal said...

I like seeing my corner of the world through your eyes. You take interesting photos and I learn that there's so much more to see here :)

NixBlog said...

The tracery of the branches on the sky is beautiful. Veyr idyllic landscape well captured!

Allan.Alexandre. said...

très bon ce cadrage les branches de l'arbre premier plan, second plan et très naturel de plaisir .

donnie said...

immaculate - especially the row of triangular trees :))