Last spring, the Washington State History Museum and Storyline Studio set us out on a whirlwind road trip covering a portion of the states geological treasures. Due to the tight timeframe we calculated that I only had three hours at each location to photograph. The trip in total was close to a month on the road, driving and shooting the entire time. Our journey was filled with joy, frustration, illness, navigational nightmares and awe at other times. I haven’t had a chance to check it out in person but here are a couple semi-permanent display prints that the museum created from the assignment.
Big thanks to Jacq Smith for the non-stop navigation and photo assisting! (here)
|Mount Saint Helens, Ranier, Potholes Coulee are some of the locations featured above.|
|Omak Rock, the Feathers and the Ancient Lakes featured above.|
We had a difference in opinion on the map at times.
The ever trusty 'mobile device' or otherwise known as "HotElement".