One of the highlights of our recent trip to the Palouse was the afternoon/evening we spent photographing the Weber House just outside of Pullman, WA. It’s a fairly well-known landmark among photographers, and we weren’t at all surprised to see a dozen of them set up there when we arrived a little before sunset. What did surprise us was the fact that all of them left before the sun went down, leaving the whole place just for our crew.
And we certainly took advantage, getting shots as the sun went down, then at dusk, some light painting when it got dark, and lastly some milky way shots. Although I really loved the shots of the house and the milky way above, I think this was my favorite from the shoot.