The Road to LaPush

Posted: January 30, 2013 in HDR, Nikon D90, Washington

One Man Wolfpack

As you make your way through the Quileute Indian Reservation, on your way to First Beach, you wind down a hill and are greeted on your left by the Pacific Ocean. It’s quite an impressive sight. The vast ocean rushes up to meet the shore, sometimes carrying with it massive pieces of driftwood (The beach even has signs warning you to stay away from approaching driftwood for fear of injury and death!). And then, of course, you have the massive islands standing sentinel a few hundred yards from shore, constantly being shaped by erosion.

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