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Jeff I’ve photographed there many a time (even written a guide with tips on how to best photograph there…see this link).
But no matter how many times I visit, my heart always starts beating harder…not just because it is impressive, but because, to be honest, it scares me a bit.
After Picture Lake, continue driving on 542 for less than 3 miles where the road ends at the Artist’s Point parking lot.
This is at an elevation of over 5,000′ and you may well find snow there even during the summer.
I worked the ‘less perfect’ spots around them and despite that, the images I captured during that sunset were among the best I captured on my entire trip.
They had an article about Second Beach in Olympic National Park and they chose one of my images for a two page spread.I may have been doing this for years, but I still feel like a proud papa when an image of mine is published.I guess there is no denying that my ego is alive and well!Unfortunately that car belonged to another photographer and a large group of her friends who were already set up in ‘my’ spot that I had scouted earlier in the day.I was a bit ticked off at myself for not getting their earlier and prayed that they would move…they stayed firmly rooted until the last of the sun’s red glow faded from the snow atop Shuksan.