iPhoneography Challenge: Black & White (Afternoon Light on the Washington Coast)

iPhone Monday (Th) 3-19-15

This was a hard view to leave behind after a wonderful summer day on the Washington Coast so if you have the opportunity to visit the Olympic Peninsula be sure to plan a hike out to First, Second or Third beaches. Bring your cameras and make the most of wide open vistas, intriguing sea stack formations and very few tourists because the only access is on foot through the forest.

Posted as part of Lens and Pen by Sally’s Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge:  Black & White.

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37 thoughts on “iPhoneography Challenge: Black & White (Afternoon Light on the Washington Coast)

    1. Thanks, Mabel. You’re right about the wind here, it’s very strong and the sound of the surf travels through the trees as you hike to the beach. I couldn’t wait to get out to the water. 🙂


  1. Beautiful! We stayed in LaPush and Forks for a few days last October and hiked First, Second and Third beaches in the mornings. Saw almost no one! Off-season is the way to go!


  2. It’s on our list for “next time”, for sure! We missed all that coast (apart from a brief stop at Kalaloch, because we went by public bus from Aberdeen to Port Angeles (2 or 3 different buses!). Although the bus trip was an experience in itself, next time I’d like to see the sea, and seastacks, and take our time. 🙂


    1. While there are pretty sand beaches farther south this place on the Olympic Peninsula is part of 57 miles of wild coastline. The longest stretch of wild coast outside of Alaska. I hope you get a chance to visit one day and I’m crossing my fingers I can walk along your southern beaches too. 🙂

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