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Second Beach At Low Tide & Dusk
Photo By Cathy Arebalo

  • Title: Second Beach At Low Tide & Dusk
  • State/Province/Region: Washington
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: South End of Secod Beach
  • Nearest Town: Forks, WA
  • Brief Directions: Head west from Forks, Wa escaping all the vampires, then meander down to second beach for 73 miles of wilderness beach.
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Description: This panoramic shot was stitched using Lightroom 3.0. While doing some wilderness camping in the Olympic National Park, I was fortunate to capture the sea stacks of Second Beach at low tide and at sunset, two unique characteristics which helped frame this shot.
  • Gear: Canon EOS 20D, Benro Tripod, Lowerpro Back Pack
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Keywords:  IslandsSun & SkyWater
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