Olympic Ambience
Temperate rain forest dominates the Olympic peninsula in northwestern America. The coastal forest is clothed by mosses and ferns. Here, at the brink of the Pacific Ocean one can find the reason for the development of the Rocky Mountains. Geology is wild and exiting in this region. Like in many parts of America‘s Northwest terranes a predominant. They are smithereens of the volcanic ocean floor attached to the continent plate. They are rare on our planet – and exotic.
August 1996
Pentax K2, Pentax 28mm, f/22, 4sec, Kodak Ektachrome E6, ISO 100, tripod