Pacific Northwest landscape photography by Dale Strouse
Dale Strouse, fine arts tech at Washington State University Vancouver, is exhibiting a collection of photographs in the Science and Engineering building gallery through Nov. 27.
The photographs feature Pacific Northwest landscapes including the North Cascades, the Deschutes River and Whycus Creek. Strouse documents places that have not been explored by the average photographer.
Strouse got his start in photography as a senior in high school when he received a gifted student grant to take a college art class. He elected to study black-and-white photography. He has been photographing landscapes for more than 30 years and has lived in the Pacific Northwest for 26 years.
“My interest in landscape photography was a big part of my decision to come here,” said Strouse.