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God's Rays over The Palouse

God's Rays over The Palouse

This photo was taken in The Palouse, Washington. It is a region in southeast Washington characterized by gental rolling hills covered with barely and wheat fields. In the spring, they are lush shades of green and in the summer, they are dry shades of brown making it one of the most serene and pastoral areas. 

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