This is a photo taken at Hoh Rain Forest at Olympic National Park in the state of Washington. The photo was taken October 30, 2020 right before lunch time. I visited here as part of my 50,000 km bike ride. Hoh Rain Forest is the largest temperate rain forest in the US. This location is along the walking trail near the visitor’s center. The sun had just come out after a rainy night as visible by the water collected on the trails. Because I was there in October the leaves were all gone allowing the sun to filter in through the branches and moss. I can’t explain how lucky I was to be visiting this park in October.
I enjoy taking photos of fences and fence lines because sometimes they make the most amazing photos by giving a nature landscape some character. Of all the places that I have visited, visiting the Hoh Rain Forest is definitely one of my favorite places in the world. Walking among the moss-covered trees defiantly had a way of taking a person to a far-off enchanted land of mystery. One can’t help but be reminded how precious and mysterious creation is walking among these moss-covered trees.
I would never hesitate to return for another opportunity to walk along this path again.