Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Kalaloch Campground
Olympic National Park

As the sun moves through the sky, so do the shadows amongst the trees.
Late in the day, the shadows from one stand of trees create stripes upon the ground and into the next stand of trees.  The sun is behind us here.
It's so interesting to watch as different parts of the forest are revealed and shadowed as the day goes on.  It's almost a different forest as each portion has its turn.

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NatureStop said...

Nice capture!Have a great day!


Powell River Books said...

Hello from across and up the sound. It's been some time since I've been to the Peninsula. Beautiful country. - Margy

Bob Crowe said...

Hey, Corrine, nice to see you back again. We may get back your way in October - hoping to spend a few days at Kalaloch before a conference I have in Seattle.