Cape Flattery is the northwestern-most point of the contiguous United States. It is in Clallam County, Washington on the Olympic Peninsula, where the Strait of Juan de Fuca joins the Pacific Ocean. It is also part of the Makah Reservation, and is the northern boundary of the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary.
This photograph is part of a series taken while exploring Washington, Oregon, and California coastal regions. It was taken on August 27, 2018, while camping between La Push, Washington and Forks, Washington, which is located a few miles from the entrance to the Hoh Rain-forest (exhibit coming soon).
This photograph is included in a new Gallery Exhibit titled CAPE FLATTERY.
Canon EOS 5Ds
Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
DxO® OpticsPro®, Adobe® Camera Raw®, Adobe® Photoshop®
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