HOH RAIN FOREST
Visiting the Hoh Rain Forest should be on everyone's short list of "must do" items. It is a magical awe inspiring place full of old-growth trees that seem to reach the sky.
This photograph is part of a series taken while exploring the Washington, Oregon, and Northern California coastal regions. It was taken on August 28, 2018, while camping between La Push, Washington and Forks, Washington, located a few miles from the entrance to the Hoh Rain Forest.
This photograph is included in a new multi-episode Gallery Exhibit titled HOH RAIN FOREST.
Canon EOS 5Ds
Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
DxO® OpticsPro®, Adobe® Camera Raw®, Adobe® Photoshop®
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