Moments In Time Photography By Tom Lazar

Galleries: Pacific Coast

Sea stacks along Pacific Coast
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The only way to see many of the best areas of the Pacific Coast in Olympic National Park is by foot with your lodging carried on your back. This trip was long delayed as I wanted to time my trip so low tide was close to sunrise or sunset. The “Hole in the Wall” area was my first stop as it has many wonderful sea stacks along the winding rugged Pacific shoreline. This image was captured only a short distance from my campsite at sunset. While the clouds and light in the sky changed slowly, the waves moved by rapidly. Knowing the each image would be different, I took several dozen. This image stood out because of the multiple rows of waves. A long shutter speed blurred the waves, creating soft ribbons as they rolled ashore.


Available in Standard Print Sizes

Recommended framing: Museum Wrapped Canvas print with Black floater frame or Hand Torn Fine Art Paper print with barnboard wood frame.

Framed canvas frint of "Wild Pacific" picture