Second Beach, Olympic NP, Washington, USA by Gary Fua

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Olympic National Park is one of the most diverse places on Earth. The park comprises of sub-alpine region, a rainforest and remote coastal beaches. Each is unique and equally stunning on their own right.

Of the coastal beaches, Second Beach is by far the most remote as it involves a hike. The hike is a steep one and would passed through thicket of trees, but the view and the scenery is worth it.

It was a stormy day and I took my chance to visit Second Beach. Following the rugged trail, slightly soaked by rain my feet finally lead me to the beach. The cloud cover was so wide yet I saw a slight window at the horizon.

I set up my tripod and compose my image I had on my mind. Patiently waiting as the sun closes in the horizon, the colors exploded. I was not able to contain my joy as I see the beauty of the place. It was magical, remote and all to your yourself. The connection was phenomenal and that is why I came coming back.

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