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Ferns, Moss, Tree Trunks and Inner Glow

Ferns Moss And Tree Trunks
I’m pretty much all packed for my Olympic National Park trip. The camera batteries are charged. All I need to do now is pack up the cameras and lenses. Since I’m taking my own car, this means I can have that “kitchen sink” mentality and take whatever I want, because it’s better to have it and not need it, as opposed to needing it and not having it.
 
The thing about this national park’s rainforests is that there are so many different shades of green and so many different leaves and plants. And,there’s that sort of “glow” within the forest interior. It can be difficult to capture on digital “film,” but when you do, it’s something to be very pleased over.
 
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Your Armchair Photography Guide To The North Cascades Complex

Blue Green And Gray

Scenery in the Lake Chelan National Recreation Area, North Cascades Complex

It’s been awhile since I last penned an Armchair Photography Guide. I write these guides for those people who can’t or don’t wish to hike way out in the backcountry to get beautiful images of a national park they visit. While I am an SLR gal, myself, I know there are those out there who are happy with their smartphones or point-and-shoots, so I write these guides with that (mostly) in mind, since I truly want people to get beautiful shots of their national park adventure.

This latest guide is of the North Cascades Complex in Washington state. To read the article, click on the photo above.

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