Up Hatton Road

Hatton Road runs west from Tieton, Washington, up onto the highlands of the east slope of the Cascades, climbing in less than a mile from apple orchards into an increasingly rare native sagebrush steppe landscape.  I have driven up the road in my truck many times, in search of fine light on the splendid geography.  The road is rugged, but not too bad when dry; the landscape is open and wild, rugged and fragile, with far horizons.  

 

Up Hatton Road
Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road
Second Gate
Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road
Third Gate
Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road
Cleman Mountain
Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road

Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road
View to the Northeast
Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road
At the Elk Fence
Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road

Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road

Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road
Cowiche Mountain
Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road

Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road

Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road

Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road
The Elk Fence
Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road
Old Sagebrush
Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road
Wild Onions
Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road
Electrical Transport
Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road
Electrical Transport
Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road

Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road
Truck at Twilight
Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road
Truck at Twilight
Photographs by John A Kane Up Hatton Road
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