While driving around the Palouse area of southeastern Washington, I found an overlook that gave great views of the surrounding countryside. Unlike Steptoe Butte, where everyone congregated for sunset, I figured I would have this place to myself. I set up my camera and tripod about 30 minutes prior to sunset, and waited for the light to change. I was rewarded with some beautiful light — oranges and pinks, which looked beautiful with the bright green of the fields.
Over time, a few cars stopped and other people snapped a photo or two. It turned out to be a great location. I went back the following morning, but the light was much better in the evening.