One of the final, and possibly most epic, stops during the recent #NxNW2015 expedition to the Palouse was the Weber House near Pullman. We spent a number of hours there and shot it from just before sunset until well into the night. We got images such as this with it bathed in the light of the golden hour, we got shots where we did light painting, we got shots of the Milky Way and a few of us even got a shot of a falling star.
The Weber House might be one of the most photographed structures on the Palouse. It is close to town on good roads and seems to be a stop for all of the photo-tours that are ran in the area. When we arrived there was a large group of photographers from a commercial tour shooting. That tour left shortly after our arrival and we had the place to ourselves for the rest of the evening.
I have three or four more images of the Weber House that I will be sharing but this is one of the first that I made when we arrived. The golden light falling on the old house was simply gorgeous when we were they and while I have some shots where I was zoomed in a lot tighter on the house, this is the one that really spoke to me, I love having the house set against the rolling hills of the Palouse.