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The Palouse: Spring Photography Tour


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5 nights/6 inclusive days  |  Limited to 8 participants

$TBD USD per person | Single Supplement: 14% of the base cost of the trip

The deposit for this photography tour is $300

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Gateway airport: Spokane, Washington [GEG]
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Photography Tour Overview: If you didn't know where the Palouse was until a few moments ago, you’re not alone! The name is of Gallic origin due to the French fur trappers who were among the first to settle the region that borders eastern Washington and northern Idaho. The terrain itself is deep rolling soil . . . ideal growing conditions, and why a majority of the USA's grain is grown here. Old barns sit atop the landscape in hidden nooks and crannies, while strong greens and yellows saturate the landscape as far as the eye can see. We’ll be out at dawn and dusk as always.


Our itinerary . . .

Just a moment, first things first! We suggest that you set your camera clock to the local time, as your images will then synchronize with the times in our included photo tour field notes.

Day 1  |  The Palouse
Our Palouse photography tour will get under way with lunch and a digital orientation of images you can expect to take on the trip.  We'll then make a slow-boat loop trip on our drive southwards taking pictures as we go, and check into our hotel. After a short break to recoup from your journeys, we'll head back out and explore a few of the lanes that will be our staple for the next few days. After dinner, and if we're done with the days' photography, we'll have a photo critique which will include Palouse images from previous trips.
The Palouse, 4 nights

Days 2, 3 + 4  |  The Palouse
Maybe the magazine icon National Geographic said it best in its June 1982 edition, when titling its' Palouse feature thus: "A Paradise Called The Palouse". Derived from the French word 'Pelouse," meaning lawn and green, it is most certainly a veritable carpet of rolling hills.  Pleasing to the eye yes, but even more so to the photographic eye.
From our base in the heart of the Palouse Country we will take loop trips down rarely traveled back roads shooting old barns, patterns and strong yellows and greens in the fields, grain bin symmetry, and chatting with farmers. The early and late light is particularly pleasing here, especially from Steptoe Butte.

Day 5  |  To Spokane
More rolling hills, patterns, and barns of the Palouse throughout the day, except that we shall overnight in Spokane to position ourselves for flights home in the morning. After late afternoon check-in and dinner downtown, we'll do 'photo stroll-about' in Riverfront Park to photograph the Spokane Falls on the Spokane River; the standard Spokane view of flowers, river, and clock tower; and the giant 'radio flyer' truck. The included dinner on the last night of our photography tour will feature an 'It's You!' presentation of clients in action by John.
Spokane, 1 night

Day 6  |  Departure day
As there is no photography scheduled for the day of departure, your flight home can be arranged for any time today.


Photo Tour Photographer/Leader: John Baker, Travel Images Photography Tours
The preceding itinerary is a copyrighted work by John Baker Photographer LLC, and Travel Images Photography Tours


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Photography Tour Cost, the Fine Details and Enrollment

Trip Cost: $TBD USD per person not including airfare. A 5% discount is applied to all double occupancies. A single room supplement is required for single occupancy

Single Supplement: 14% of the base cost of the trip

The deposit for this photography tour is $300

Included in the Trip Cost: The following items are included in the trip cost . . .

  • Photography instruction throughout the trip by John
  • All accommodations with private facilities [ensuite]
  • All breakfasts
  • Lunch on day one of the trip
  • Dinner on the last night of the trip
  • On-vehicle snacks and bottled water
  • All ground transportation
  • Airport pick-up on day 1, and drop-off on departure day. Arrival prior to day 1 is not included
  • Entrance fees for sites and activities listed below under ‘Admissions Included’
  • Following the trip, field notes describing the time, place and subject of each photo stop, and a disc containing images of clients 'in action' on the trip

Not Included in the Trip Cost: The costs for these items are the responsibility of each participant . . .

  • Airfare
  • Travel costs between your home and the gateway airport and return
  • Any transportation or travel costs incurred prior to or after the tour’s inclusive dates
  • Pre-tour and/or post-tour accommodation
  • Lunches and dinners except for lunch on day one of the trip, and dinner on the last night of the trip
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Entrance fees or costs related to optional sites or activities not included in the itinerary
  • Baggage fees
  • Medical expenses
  • Personal items such as the hotel mini-bar, laundry etcetera
  • Incidental charges incurred at our accommodations such as movie rentals, internet and phone
  • Travel insurance
  • Passport or visa expenses
  • Airport departure taxes, if applicable





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