Coast Light

From the log-strewn sands of Ruby Beach, out across the chilled vastness of North Pacific waters, breaks among marine-layer stratocumulus cloud formations allowed shafts of sunlight to reach the water’s surface, offering mesmerizing scenes of tranquility and reflection such as this, and captivating dances of spotlighting effects across the seas.  Higher clouds only permitted 15 minutes of this magical interplay of light and shadow, give or take a few, and I appreciated every bit of it.

17 S Forks WA (21 Aug 16) Looking W
47.709, -124.4145

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