This will be short. I’ve been busy stripping our deck and other yard related things. Also just got back from the Palouse a couple of weeks ago and am heading to Olympic National Park tomorrow.
Palouse Workshop Report
Wow. Oh wow. The Palouse was looking the best I’ve ever seen it! Canola all over the place and new fields seeming to blossom on a daily basis. And this year's Palouse photo workshop hit it all at just the right time.
The weather was ok, not the best I’ve had, but it was still plenty good enough for good sunrises and sunsets from Steptoe Butte and some dark and ominous clouds conveniently located behind a barn.
We had good light that lasted only momentarily, and good light that lasted long enough. We had blue skies and gray skies, but we didn’t have puffy white clouds in blue skies. (well I did, but that’s only because I came out two days early—sorry about that).
We didn’t see a Palouse moose, but we did see a deer bouncing through a canola field. One of the group even got a picture! Read the rest on my blog
And if you’re thinking of next year already, the 2017 Palouse trip is already set for June 17-21. Take a look here.
The thing I really like about the Palouse is that it’s easy to find something different every year. And every year I come back with totally new images of things I’ve never seen before. Already looking forward to the next trip.
If you’ve been waiting on the Cart module for The Turning Gate’s new Backlight web application, the wait is almost over. I’ve been testing it for the last few days and it should be seeing its release in the next few days.
So keep your eye out at The Turning Gate's Blog.
Ok, that’s it for this month. Gotta get ready for another workshop!
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