Hoh Rainforest, Olympic National Park, Washington (WA), USA

Spring Time

Spring is coming… and along with spring come opportunities to capture newly-formed, translucent leaves. Over 100 inches of rain fall in the Hoh Rainforest every year… and any place that is not walked upon regularly is covered by plants. There are plants growing on top of other plants… and often there are plants growing on top of that!

This is a photograph is all about weather and seasons. I made minor adjustments to exposure, contrast, and white balance in the RAW converter.

Need some tips for shooting forests? Check out this post where I show a comparison of photographs taken in ideal and less-than-ideal conditions: Quick Tip on Colors

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