The sixty-mile stretch of coast in Olympic National Park is a vision of rugged cliffs, lush forest, and pounding ocean waves. The temperate rainforest that lends rain to the bountiful forest comes as a result of heavy, water-laden winds crashing into the Olympic Mountain Range and unloading their moisture as rain. Ocean mists give this beautiful park a near ghostly appearance of wilderness.Olympic National Park, Washington, USA©Two Loons/Erin Lehnert
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