©Wolfgang Kaehler

Wild Waters


A chain of stony beaches slips down the Pacific Coast on the Olympic Peninsula. With gargantuan rocks rising like cetaceans from the sea, the strands create one of the world’s most dramatic coastlines.


Using Forks, the town of Twilight fame, as our base, we are exploring the stunning beaches: Kalaloch, Ruby Beach, 2nd Beach, and Rialto. The massive waves rumble in, pound the shore and blast openings in the rocks, sending frothy fountains of water shooting out. Wolf will lead a six-day photo workshop here in May, taking his Wolfies to the most spectacular shooting spots from the Olympic beaches to the lush temperate rain forests.


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