Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette


Some of our best hours in the Olympic National Park were spent exploring Second Beach on the Washington Coast.  The one mile forest hike to the beach from a small parking area is just enough distance to keep crowds away and the sound of roaring surf echoing through the trees is one we won’t forget anytime soon.

Posted as part of the Weekly Photo Challenge:  Silhouette.

Published by

58 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette

  1. Brilliant shot. Not too sure if it would be that safe to climb all the way up there 😀 It reminds me to the first scene in The Lion King that large rock and Simba on it 🙂


  2. Hi!!! I could not understand why I was not getting any of your posts and I just looked and WP removed me from following you! I have missed you. This photo is stunning!

    I did not even know you started the One world challenge again 😦 I thought you stopped it !


      1. I certainly am glad I did. WP has done this before and I was off for awhile. I will wait until you start again! I hope you do!
        There is an APP called Photo Republic that I just joined. It sends a prompt once a day with a theme and you have 15 minutes to take a photo, then it closes. You see funny interpretations from all over the world! I look forward to it.


      2. Yes you definitely should I am going to do a blog about it and build some interest as its pretty new. 3:00 am…oh my goodness……do you set the alarm?


  3. Looks wonderful there and I really like the composition of this image – the lovely textured foreground, and then your eye is drawn to the horizon and those rocks in the distance. That Pacific coastline is simply stunning.


  4. Wow – a smashing shot! A first short glimpse told me this was a stranded ship…but it’s a magnificent cliff! And the beach in front – stunning colours and texture. Well done.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.