Snow gently blankets the rainforest in Olympic National Park, Washington (Hoh Rainforest). I captured this image yesterday, as the sun was just beginning to set, kissing the tops of the trees before the bitter cold returned.
a hot summer day here at home and this is all I can think of as I wilt like a
dead plant in these stifling conditions. A few weeks ago in Olympic National
Park’s Hoh Rain Forest, I was gazing down into the crystal clear waters of a
spring-fed stream as water drips from curtains of moss. What a refreshing
sight! The vivid green of the weeds in the water contrasts nicely with the
blue-gray clay and silt on the stream bottom. The last photo shows the
moss-draped temperate rain forest that the stream passes through.