After hunkering down for the night, I awoke on Second Beach, Washington, to miserable shooting conditions—fog so thick I couldn’t even see the Pacific Ocean fifty yards in front of my tent. An hour or so later, the sun lifted the mist for a few minutes, and I quickly set up at this vantage point just in time for this shot. The combination of sky, land and sea here is magical, and was worth the hike, and the wait. This convergence of all natural elements also epitomizes what makes Olympic so magical.
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