Olympic National Park – The Temperate Rain Forest

January 13, 2009 ·

Michael Reichmann

The photographs appearing on this page were taken on a shoot in Olympic National Park, in Washington, during a week in May, 2010.

In The Fog – Olympic National Park. Washington, May 2010

Phase One 645 DF with P65+ and 210mm lens @ ISO 50

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All About Trees – Olympic National Park. Washington, May 2010

Phase One 645 DF with P65+ and 75-150mm lens @ ISO 100

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Waterfall #2 – Olympic National Park. Washington, May 2010

Phase One 645 DF with P65+ and 75-150mm lens @ ISO 100

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Waterfall #3 – Olympic National Park. Washington, May 2010

Phase One 645 DF with P65+ and 45mm lens @ ISO 100

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Forest Light #1 – Olympic National Park. Washington, May 2010

Phase One 645 DF with P65+ and 75-150mm @ ISO 100

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Forest Light #3 – Olympic National Park. Washington, May 2010

Phase One 645 DF with P65+ and 75-150mm @ ISO 100

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Washed Up and Bare – Olympic National Park. Washington, May 2010

Phase One 645 DF with P65+ and 75-150mm @ ISO 100

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A Long Time Parked – Olympic National Park. Washington, May 2010

Phase One DF with P65+ and 75-150mm @ ISO 50

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Sol Duc #1 – Olympic National Park. Washington, May 2010

Phase One DF with P65+ and 75-150mm @ ISO 100

May, 2010

Michael Reichmann

Michael Reichmann is the founder of the Luminous Landscape. Michael passed away in May 2016. Since its inception in 1999 LuLa has become the world's largest site devoted to the art, craft, and technology of photography. Each month more than one million people from every country on the globe visit LuLa.

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