The Olympic National Park has a stretch of coast dotted with a wild encounter between the sea and forest. For example, the area of Ruby Beach or Beach Rialto, is a troubled scene of battles between the forest and the sea. There, the forest meets the beach in a full wet weather. The laws of nature provides this picture:
All images are mostly from the Ruby Beach, as it is a part of the National Marine Sanctuary Olympic Coast—a peninsula in northeastern Washington State, United States. Here are other photos of the Ruby Beach:
Rialto is the beach that is among the most visited in the coastal area of the Olympic Park. It’s another wild coast area, but quite accessible. The wood, as well as the remains of the forest, drift. Rialto is a cobble and desolate beach.