Location: Palouse Region of Southeast Washington
Camera: Phase One P30+, Mamiya 645D, 55-110mm
When: June 5, 2010
The Palouse Region is a glacial morraine win Southeastern Washington State. It’s rolling hills and rich soil make it both the bread basket of the US and a photographers paradise. Each Spring the fields are a velvety spread of green that covers nearly 3500 square miles. Having been farmed for generations the fields are home to hundreds of photogenic old barns.
I named this Gil’s barn after an Arkansas farmer who allowed me to photograph on his property when I first started in photography.
The photograph is made up of six different exposures combined using special software to create a wider angle view of the scene.
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