Near Palouse

Discussion in 'Trip/Travel Information & Questions' started by Doug P, Mar 26, 2020 at 10:43 AM.

  1. Doug P

    Doug P Well-Known Member

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    I will be in the Palouse in June and am not familiar with the surrounding area. I will be driving/camping my way up from home (near Sacramento and Lake Tahoe) and am looking for suggestions on places to shoot on my travels. Thinking either back towards Washington State (maybe, with the stuff going on there) or over the Idaho way (same caveat). Of course all of this is pending that the workshop is not cancelled!

    Thanks in advance for suggestions .
     
  2. Ben Egbert

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    You can camp at Palouse Falls which to my taste is the best place in the Palouse for photography. If you like birds photography, the Columbia Basin NWR near Othello is great.
     

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