Five Stone Fire
Five Stone Fire: stacked stones and campfire.
Firework and Passing Boat
Firework and Passing Boat, both slightly blurred in this long-exposure taken at night.
Sucia Island Rock Beach
Sucia Island Rock Beach, on a calm summer day.
Mossy Sentinels in the wet forest
Burnt Stump and Trail
Burnt Stump and Trail: enchanted forest.
In Front of Racehorse Falls
In Front of Racehorse Falls are boulders, logs, lots of water and mist.
Racehorse Falls, Washington
Racehorse Falls, Washington: logs, moss, ferns, boulders adorn this natural beauty. The falling water creates a magical sound in this basin.
Floating Dock at Lost Lake
Howe Sound, British Columbia's sea surrounded by mountains.
Humpback Whale Tail
Humpback Whale Tail: often this wave goodbye is what you see before a deep, long dive.
Sucia Rocky Beach
Sucia Rocky Beach: the stones are covered in sea organisms and have many colors themselves.
Punchbowl Falls of Racehorse River
Punchbowl Falls of Racehorse River: found at the bottom of a long, steep descent into the canyon. The boulders and rushing water make for a challenging picture.
Racehorse Falls First View
Racehorse Falls First View coming down the trail from above. This is a splendid place to visit.
Boulders at Racehorse Falls
Boulders at Racehorse Falls near Bellingham, Washington. The pool is cold, deep and green.
Racehorse Falls in Summertime
July 2018: Racehorse Falls in Summertime: a poorly marked path leads to this natural wonder. Ferns and vines cling to the cliffs. A wanderer can explore all around the pool and waterfall base.
On the Dock for a Cold Swim
On the Dock for a Cold Swim: Lost Lake at dawn is a cold place even in July. The calm water is perfectly still as light comes over the mountains.
Brandywine Fall and Rainbow
Brandywine Fall and Rainbow in the mist and spray.
Fourth of July at the Lake
Fourth of July at the Lake: Fireworks reflect on the water.
Deep Pool with 3 Logs
Deep Pool with 3 Logs and a Spectacular Waterfall.
Timber Trail: tall trees surround this wonderful hiking trail through the forest.
Waterfall Fanning Out at Base over Boulders
Waterfall Fanning Out at Base over Boulders and Pool
Beautiful Waterfall in Washington
Beautiful Waterfall in Washington: gorgeous falls in a verdant basin with green pool.
Racehorse Falls through the Forest
Racehorse Falls through the Forest as seen on the trail leading down to this gorgeous waterfall.
Wooden Plank Dock
Wooden Plank Dock: fine details in the rough wooden dock at a lost forest lake. The dock leads into the dense forest.
Fireworks over Lake Whatcom
Fireworks over Lake Whatcom on July 4th
Killer Whale Pod and Mount Baker
Killer Whale Pod and Mount Baker during the summer in Washington.
Racehorse River follows a straight but steep course with several waterfalls.
Fern Trail: ferns, pine trees and other growth abundantly surrounds this hike.
Spectacular Waterfall and Pool
Spectacular Waterfall and Pool: Racehorse falls in northern Washington
Racehorse Waterfall Profile
Racehorse Waterfall Profile with water falling off the ledge, then down the rock face to a pool.
Silver Rails of the Dock
Silver Rails of the Dock: a semi-abstract photograph of the dock at Lost Lake. Here the doct and rails seem to be floating on a mirror because of the morning calm.
Peaceful Lost Lake
Peaceful Lost Lake: grass and dock, mountain reflection and purple clouds all combine for a peaceful morning in the Northwest.
Suspension Bridge over Forest Gorge
Suspension Bridge over Forest Gorge: high over the river, this bouncy suspension bridge allows an easy crossing.
Two Whales at Mount Baker
Two Whales at Mount Baker during the summer season near Bellingham, Washington
Racehorse Canyon and River.
Mostly Moss covered the dead trees in this forest. A faint trail leads through.
Misty Racehorse Waterfall
Misty Racehorse Waterfall falls off a ledge, then down a rock face before splitting into two lower waterfalls.
Moss-Covered Log at Racehorse Falls
Moss-Covered Log at Racehorse Falls. Small fungi grow in this luch environment. Ferns blanket the cliffs.
Lake Dock and Forest
Lake Dock and Forest: the dock at Lost Lake connects to the greater wilderness of Canada and the surrounding forest. The pine trees are reflected in the calm morning waters.
Brandywine Waterfall and Forest
Brandywine Waterfall and Forest: view from the observation deck.