One Day in Eastern WA

I just returned from a two day trip to Eastern Washington.  I have lots of rolls of film to develop and that will take some time.  I did, however, take some digital shots that I will share.  I might add that the digital camera makes a great light meter and when I use it as such I usually take a picture just to have as back up.

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Wheat field in winter

Half of the fields are barren, the other half are just starting to show some growth.  The field above has wheat about 3 inches high.

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No crop this year

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17 1/2 Trees

I returned to places that I have visited many times before but they look differently in the winter light.

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Grain bins, Washtucna

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Main St, Lind (from the back)

Kahlotus

Kahlotus

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Road to Harder Cemetery

The original name of Kahlotus was Hardersburg.  I stumbled into a small, well kept and very orderly cemetery about a mile east of the present town.  Most of the monuments were large and new.  The vast majority bore the name Harder; a small cluster all were inscribed with the name Peot.

 

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