I've got a couple of kids that live in Bellingham, WA so I wandered up there early last spring to pay them a visit. On the way home I had a bit of time so I drove out through eastern Washington to have a look around. There's a agricultural region out there called the Palouse that is frequently photographed and I thought I'd have a look-see.
Most of the photographs I've seen appear to be from the late spring-early summer, when everything is green, with rolling hills marching off into the distance. I was there before the 'green' kicked in and everything was still brown and barren but I found it fascinating and photo-worthy anyway and took a bunch. I'd set my sights on getting to the Palouse Falls State Park and was heading that direction when I got sidetracked at an out-of-commission farm-yard with motors, machinery, harvest-bins and piles of other unidentifiable stuff.