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The Hoh. Enough said. Greenest of the Greens.
At the end of Decemeber, friend Lucas and I went to the Washington Coast, past Forks to La Push. We visited First, Second and Ruby Beach. We stayed the night in Forks, and the following day we went for a hike in the Hoh Rainforest. These are quite possibly some of the most magical areas Continue Reading »
A few days after returning from Hurricane Ridge, I went for a small day hike in another area of the Olympic National Park, Staircase, which skirts the Skokomish River. Densely forested, with gorgeous mosses blanketing the forest floor and surrounding trees, I hadn’t visited the area in several years. A beautiful new suspension bridge has Continue Reading »
I can’t believe it’s been two months since my last post. I am totally blog back-logged. September and October were some of the busiest months I’ve ever had. Classes started at the end of September, I currently have a solo exhibition up at WSU Vancouver showcasing some rad new prints, I was invited to speak Continue Reading »
For Christmas, I drove up the coast and into the Olympic National Park to spend the day exploring a small section of the Hoh Rain Forest. The area I visited is generally known as “The Hall of Mosses.” Dense club mosses cover the trees and keep the park a moist vibrant green throughout the winter. Continue Reading »