The iconic Palouse Falls is considered to be the official waterfall of Washington State. When you first walk up on the falls, you will understand why. Located in the southeast corner of Washington, the falls are like an oasis in the middle of the surrounding arid plains.
Out of nowhere, the powerful Palouse River falls 200ft. to a glacier cut bowl, and then leads to a S shape at the end of the ravine. For a landscape photographer, under the right conditions, the falls offer one of the more unique images in the Pacific Northwest.