Olympic National Park is part of my DNA. It's easier to name the trails I haven't hiked there, than the long list of those I have. My climbing tick list is also full of memories.
This image was done from memory, based on the way the Quinault Ridge (Kwi-nawlt) lies at an acute angle, yet still supports behemoth cedar, fir and spruce trees. The largest on the planet, in fact.
Great rain forests (temperate jungles) form multi-canopy overhead cover. When I lived there, my palette was mostly grays. Now, I suffer in the sunny inland region of Washington State. But my palette has come alive!