This and the seven photos that follow were taken during one of the lowest tides of the year; a -2.7 foot/-.83 meters. It is not often that one can get up to Elephant Rock, much less on the seaward side of it. Raft River was partially flowing under the arches that make up the rock formation.
GREAT! I love sculpture, and natural sculpting is the most impressiv. God is an artist!
YS ...of course!
This is great!
Thank you Rainier and Michael!
Amazing resemblance to a pacaderm(with green hair no less). :) Great capture and thanks for sharing this one Larry. ~Tom
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Photo taken in Grays Harbor County, WA, USA
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