Please click on the image to see larger version: The month of July[after the 4th] provided us an opportunity for a break from daily grind of life. We went camping!
So without much planning, the family headed to one of the Washington State's remote coastal beauty called Shi Shi beach. It's a rugged but beautiful beach situated near the northwest tip of the US. The beach has a stretch of sands the features tide pools, more than 30 sea stacks, marine life during low tide, and headlands, all abutted by a coastal forest.
Please click on the image to see larger version: The Point of the arches is a mile-long chain of sea stacks and natural arches | caves 2 miles from the Shi Shi beach entrance.
Please click on the image to see larger version: The sun dip low behind the Point of the Arches sea stacks. The natural rock fins provide the necessary foreground elements on this photo I took this shot during a hike and camping on this gorgeous beach.
Please click on the image to see larger version: At low tide, the beach reveals what's underneath the rugged and pounding waters of the Pacific ocean: amazing tide pools, a two-mile long beach of prehistoric looking beach rocks that is home of acres of sea life, thousands of molted crab shells, and habitat home to some rare sea otters.
Please click on the image to see larger version: Explore the tide pools at low tides.
These and more image are found in my Olympic National Park & Washington Coast gallery. As always, Thanks for visiting!
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