We hiked to Shi Shi Beach and Point of Arches in Olympic National Park during the lowest tides of the year so we could explore the most distant tide pools. This experience never ceases to amaze us, and we see life forms that look like they evolved on another planet. This weblog primarily shows the hike through photographs, with a few words about our observations during our three-day backpacking trip in June… Read More
There are places where experiences are so profound that they draw you back time after time. Olympic National Park’s Shi Shi Beach and Point of Arches is such a place for me. The words in this story are from our 1991 field notes of our first visits to this transcendent place, illustrated with new and old photographs presented in a nostalgic style.
An ephemeral work of art, by an unknown artist, which consisted of a magnificent spiral arrangement of shells discarded when crabs molted, on Shi Shi Beach of Olympic National Park in Washington State, USA.
A Bald Eagle stole the prey from a Peregrine Falcon in this exciting story of life along the Pacific Ocean in Olympic National Park.