As the sun settles across the horizon, the rays glisten off the sandy shores and rugged coastline of Ruby Beach in Washington, USA creating a picture of beauty. The ocean tide begins its journey in as it encompasses the rocks along the shoreline of Ruby Beach and washes the tiny sand creatures back into its massive grasp.The Washington Pacific Coast in the USA has many beautiful beaches but Ruby Beach is probably one of the most interesting. Ruby Beach in Washington, USA is home to various types of rock formations, intriguing logs that have been washed ashore, acres of trees and a miniature lake which are just a few of the spectacular sights to see.Occasional patches of reddish sand can gather on Ruby Beach and this is where the name of this stunning place originated from. The beach itself is located at the northern end of the stretch of beaches that are part of the Kalaloch area in Washington, USA.A tide table should be checked when heading down the moderately steep trails that lead to Ruby Beach in Washington, USA as certain parts of the beach can leave you stranded if the tide comes in. Also a hazard to watch out for are driftwood logs that come crashing in amongst the ocean's surf.Ruby Beach in Washington, USA is fairly isolated and you should make note of your point of entry as there is not a picture or sign throughout the area to point you in the right direction. Ruby Beach is one of the most magnificent places to visit in Washington as you enjoy the sunny skies and search the surface of the ocean for any signs of marine life.Olympic National Park, Washington, USA, Ruby Beach,
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1DS, aperture of f/11.0, exposure time of 1/5 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 17mm.
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