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Palouse of North Idaho

The Palouse region in Idaho and Washington consists of rolling hills of wind blown sediment formed over thousands of years. Originally grassland, it is primarily wheat land today.

This shot from the end of May, 2022 shows alternating fields of winter wheat (the green) and pre-emergent summer wheat (the bare earth).

Low clouds hang in the valleys in the morning, prior to being dissipated by the warmth of the sun.

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