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Palouse, Washington, USA by Craig Votn

I love the night sky of Palouse, Washington - the iconic Palouse Falls is considered to be the official waterfall of Washington State. Located in the southeast corner of Washington, the falls are like an oasis in the middle of the surrounding plains. This was taken just after midnight the Milky Way’s galactic core rises above the horizon making for a beautiful starscape.

Camera NIKON D810
Lens Nikon 28-300mm
Aperture f/3.6
S/S 20sec
ISO 1000
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Craig Voth

I specialize in nature and travel photography. I love the outdoors and enjoy being the explorer as well as the photographer. I use the camera as an excuse to go to some amazing places. Then I do my best to capture what I see and share it with you. My goal is to photograph an animal as an individual with personality . I like to take landscape images that make viewers feel like they are standing right in the scene.

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