Dispatches from the Field: 7 Images of Olympic National Park

Olympic, Washington, United States

Storyteller

Mayson Algeyer

Images from my first ever visit to Olympic National Park in the Pacific Northwest.

During my recent visit to the Pacific Northwest for the first time I had the opportunity to visit Olympic National Park. Growing up and living in the American Southwest it is hard to imagine that a place like this could even exist. While enormous, the park is the greenest place I have ever seen and has the densest biomass I have ever witnessed. Exploring and photographing this place was a truly magical and mind blowing experience. 


Lake Crescent - Olympic National Park, Washington


The Olympic Forest as seen along the Marymere Falls Trail - Olympic National Park, Washington


The Olympic Forest as seen along the Marymere Falls Trail - Olympic National Park, Washington


Marymere Falls - Olympic National Park, Washington


Lake Crescent Information Center - Olympic National Park, Washington


Sol Duc Falls - Olympic National Park, Washington


Olympic Forest as seen along the Sol Duc Falls Trail - Olympic National Park, Washington

Published: September 19, 2017

Mayson AlgeyerStoryteller

I am an avid outdoorsman and photographer with an enormous passion for the outdoors and sharing moments worth capturing from my adventures. These are the stories behind my adventures to share with you.

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