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Washington State Photography Road Trip

Fields of Gold. Shot in Central Washington State.State.
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Washington State Road Trip

A quick 30 hour, 800 mile photographic Washington State road trip while attending the Mozcon 2015 conference.  It’s amazing the variety in landscapes and terrain you can see in such a short time.  I was very impressed by the terrain in the Palouse and the amazing coulees.  You go from mountain to scrubland to almost desert like conditions in no time at all.   The area around Diablo Lake was really nice, the colour of the glacier fed lakes is astounding.  I did make it up to Mount Rainier but didn’t get any clear shots as the head of the mountain was in the clouds all day.

Road Trip Map

I mapped out my route on google maps.  You can see the map here:  Road Trip Map. I basically picked up a rental car on Saturday around 3:30 pm and got back to drop it off around 9 pm on Sunday.

Washington State Road Trip Map

Washington State Road Trip Map

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6 Comments

  1. Some great photos here Ray. Washington State has so many great places to explore. The photo of the stop sign in the river was unexpected. I really like your Minke whale photos too… wow!

  2. Thanks Terry! I only wish I would have had more time when I was in Washington. I did a 2 day loop around the Olympic peninsula back in 2009 and really enjoyed that area as well.

  3. Love the beauty of Washington State. My husband and I went there for our 5th anniversary, visited Yakima, in wine country. What a memorable experience! Can’t wait to get back there. we’re planning on a family trip next summer with the kids.

  4. Wow what amazing pictures! You truly have a great talent! I love the one with the rainbow, that doesn’t happen that often and you were lucky enough to get the picture.

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