Photographer Larry Gerbrandt spent nine years capturing on camera the luminous wheat fields and farms of an area known as the "Palouse" in Eastern Washington.
Barra airport, Outer Hebrides
If you like soft landings, book a flight from Glasgow to the island of Barra, in the Outer Hebrides in Scotland - where your plane will touch down not on tarmac, but on a sandy beach.
The beach in question is Traigh Mor, a semicircular bay so large it can accommodate three "runways" - marked at each end with wooden posts sticking out of the sand.
Signs warn local cockle-pickers to "keep off the beach when the windsock is flying and the airport is active" - although for most visitors, the main attraction is watching the planes taking off and landing along the open sands.