Ruby Beach of Olympic National Park

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Landscape, National Park, Photography

Ruby Beach is probably the most well-known and visited beaches in Olympic National Park.  The short trail off Highway 101 is easy, however, the tough part is to traverse piles of driftwood to reach the beach. It is by all means a spectacular beach with these driftwoods and beautiful sea stacks. The beach is very flat that means the water stay long enough for some nice reflection shots of these rock formation.

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A retired professional engineer turns nature lover and photographer

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