Today I present to you my favorite photographs from this segment of our road trip into the Olympic National Park and our visit to Lake Crescent and Marymere Falls. On Wednesday I did a lot of talking about Marymere Falls, but my photos concentrated on the hike through the old growth forest on the way there. So, what did we see when we arrived? A 90-foot/27-meter drop from Aurora Ridge to Barnes Creek.
But the forest alone was worth the hike.
And let us not forget Lake Crescent.
But perhaps my favorite shot of this segment was this lone dead tree surrounded by a sea of life overlooking the calm lake waters below.
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