Rocks Near Klanawa River
The clouds were thick mid-day on the hike between Darling River and Tsusiat Falls. Just before the beach trail ends at Klanawa River, there were several rocks off the shore. The tide was on the rise. After two kilometers of sinking into the sand at every footstep, I needed a break. An opportunity to photograph these rocks on long exposure seemed in order! A nice minmalist look. Really, I think the camera picked out more details in the rocks than I could see that day with the heavy cloud cover. Just after these rocks, the trail enters the forest again and backpackers get to ride the first cable car on the trail - and in this trip it was the only one of four cable cars needed as the water levels were low in the other three. But the Klanawa River is wide and without some help, you're not getting across!
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