Low tide on any coastline can be fascinating but when the tide is completely out along the Pacific West Coast in Olympic National Park, you can discover many species of marine life. Overturn rocks to take a picture of crabs hiding below and find starfish attached to many of the rocks awaiting the tide to come back in.There is approximately 73 miles of coastline to explore on the Pacific West Coast and every beach can be totally different from the last one. Always be prepared and know how to read a tide table as you never know what you might come across around the next stretch of land.Picture yourself strolling the beach at low tide along the coastline of the Pacific West Coast in Washington, USA and only having to contend with yourself and the beautiful sounds of nature.A low tide picture along the Pacific West Coast of the Olympic Peninsula and Olympic National Park in Washington, USA.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1DS, aperture of f/16.0, exposure time of 1/13 sec. on ISO 50, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 18mm.
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