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Snapshots from our hike through the Olympic Rainforest. The place was just fascinating. Everything was covered in moss and the waters were crystal clear and fresh. The rain in this temperate rainforest wasn't drenching but very refreshing still. It was my first trip to a real rainforest in my whole life and I have a feeling it's not going to be the last.

blueskyandhardrock This photo was shot on film. Taken by blueskyandhardrock with a Lomo LC-Wide (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Kodak EBX film in Seattle, WA, United States. These tags describe this photo: rainy day, hike, xpro, cross-process, nature, landscape, moss, evergreen, green, forks, olympic rainforest, olympic peninsula, northwest, and rainforest. Date: 2013-03-26. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album My First Visit to a Real Rainforest.


  1. onkel-m


    Great shot !!!

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  2. marta1901


    magical :)

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  3. mafiosa


    Magestic tree!

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  4. kibs


    WOW, I love this shot!

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  5. kangiha


    beautiful, I used to live up there, a beautiful place, great shots! Cheers

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  7. coca


    i want to hug that beautiful tree!!

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  9. ajagee24701


    Brilliant angle!

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  10. bloomchen


    hi michelle! great to see these shots!!! i was there in 1991 and unfortunately my rolls didn´t make it back home save. meaning the rolls where screwed. i was in the rainforest, went to the quinault indians in the north west and went down on highway 101. we slept in fire fighter cabins and it was just awesome. thanks for sharing and bringing back memories.

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  11. bloomchen


    btw: we met the chief of the quinault indians in a small town on the northern coast where the quinault had a tin factory. they offered us the best food i had during my short stay in the us.

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