All posts filed under: National Park

Shenandoah National Park

We took an overnight trip to Shenandoah National Park this week. Instead of cloudy day with rain that we’ve been getting here lately, we got beautiful blue sky with fluffy white clouds when we arrived the Park.  The mountain layers really showed the best We […]

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La Push Beaches

La Push is a small unincorporated community situated at the mouth of the Quillayute River in Clallam County, Washington, United States. La Push is the largest community within the Quileute Indian Reservation, which is home to the federally recognized Quileute tribe. (Wikipedia). There are three […]

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Rain Forest in Olympic National Park

We toured both Hoh and Quinault Rain Forests in Olympic National Park. According to statistics the rain forests receive about 128 inches (3246 mm) of rain per year which is more than three times as much as that of Washington DC area. Hiking in the […]

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Kalaloch Beach of Olympic National Park

We stayed at Kalaloch Lodge cabin for two nights and used it as base to visit Ruby Beach, Beaches 1 and 4, Hoh Rain Forest and Quinault Rain Forest. Kalaloch Beach is a beautiful beach and we took full advantage to shoot some nice scenes […]

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Ruby Beach of Olympic National Park

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 […]

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Rialto Beach of Olympic National Park

Rialto Beach located in the town of Mora near La Push is one of the favorite beaches in Olympic National Park for photographers. We went there in one afternoon in hope to see and photograph the sunset scenes but no such luck. However, we were […]

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Sol Duc Falls of Olympic National Park

This was my third trip to Olympic National Park and I never missed visiting this magnificent and breath-taking water falls. It is a very photogenic waterfall that one not only can feel the mist from the falls but almost touch the falls. I also enjoyed […]

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Sunrise at San Juan Island, WA

We arrived in San Juan Island by taking ferry from Anacortes to Friday Harbor on April 26. We toured San Juan Island Historical Park- American Camp in the afternoon for the purpose of scouting the best location for sunrise photo shoot. I guess we confirmed […]

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Pacific Northwest Photo Tour

Over the past 7-8 years I have led many of our photo club members to most of the American National Parks in the Western United States and the most rewarding and memorable trip was probably the Pacific Northwest taken in this time of year (late […]

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