Wenatchee Valley - Palisades Rainbow
DescriptionCentral Washington boasts Palouse Falls, the largest waterfall in history. The area's unique landscape, shaped by ice age floods, features impressive rock formations. My passion for photography led me to seek a unique shot of these formations, turning my camera into an artistic tool. Despite health challenges, my wife and I continue to explore the region, savoring the joy of travel and capturing memories. One September day, as we drove through the Palisades, we encountered a breathtaking sight—an enormous rainbow framed by basalt hills and a cornfield being watered. Determined to capture the perfect angle, I swiftly released my seatbelt and snapped a series of photos. One shot stood out, a testament to our curiosity, determination, and sense of wonder. This image has brought joy to our loved ones, and I share it with the hope that it fills hearts with warmth and awe.