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Stephanie Paige Ogburn | Jul 14, 2010 09:06 AM
The Palouse
 
This reader photo spotlights a beautiful section of the Northwest, the Palouse. Photographer Joe Rocchio points out that the now-agricultural region was once a prairie; it must have been incredibly beautiful then, too. Browse eh existing images and add your photos to our HCN Flickr pool; we periodically feature them on the Range community blog.
 
Stephanie Paige Ogburn is HCN's social media editor.

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