"Photographing Hoh rain forest can be both a challenge and a great opportunity for expression. Trevor Anderson shares with us his unforgettable experience in this jungle of life"
Within the heart of the Olympic National Park of Washington State, adjacent to moss-covered trees, next to the rustle of the Roosevelt Elk, and north of the glacial blues of the swiftly moving Hoh River, exists a space of stillness so completely removed from the footprint of modern technological culture, that it has been deemed as the quietest spot on the continent by sound engineer Gordon Hempton.
Through his years of study and his many miles of travel, it was the only place to register at zero decibels on his advanced sound measuring equipment. Gordon sought to...
Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside Issue 18 of Landscape Photography Magazine.