Stones on Driftwood, Olympic Peninsula, WA

And now for something completely different, after three posts in a row about bridges.

Not because I don’t more shots of bridges – I absolutely do, and video too – but I haven’t had/made time to get it ready to post.

These photos were taken last year on Ruby Beach, one of the wonderfully undeveloped/unspoiled beaches on the Olympic Peninsula.

Smooth stones piled up on driftwood log on beach.

Smmoth stones piled on driftwood log on beach


This entry was posted in Appreciating Deeply, Photos of Built Stuff, Photos of Landscapes and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.

4 Responses to Stones on Driftwood, Olympic Peninsula, WA

  1. Judith says:

    Very strange and beautiful! Effort looking effortless.

Comments are closed.