The Palouse is a region of South Eastern Washington State characterised by rolling hills covered with fields of wheat. The hills were formed over tens of thousands of years from wind blown sand and silt called "loess". The Palouse is a unique landscape in the US but is often compared with the rolling hills of Tuscany. Seen from the air the patterns of spring planting create a graphic scene. This is classic American rural landscape with red barns, horses and tractors everywhere – just stunning!
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