The Lodge at Kalaloch, WA has a number of cabins on the cliff over looking the ocean. It’s a popular spot for setting in front of a toasty fireplace while watching winter storms batter the shore. This lagoon is just below the main lodge and is formed by a bend in the Kalaloch River just before it enters the Pacific.
This was in September and we had a few fortuitous sun-breaks through otherwise heavy overcast. The light on the marsh grasses in the foreground terrific but fleeting. I’m going to try to get back out on the Olympic Peninsula this Spring for a few days with a stop at the Hoh Rain Forest.