Nature’s Alarm Clock


Jesse Attanasio of ONElapse Photography took this brilliant photography from inside his tent, we see his ‘room with a view’ on Second Beach in Washington’s Olympic National Park.

Jesse explains that there was no forecast for rain (hence the no rain fly) and this was his view when he awoke; so he was not, as some might suspect, covered in morning dew.

If you wish to camp overnight at Second Beach a permit is required. You must ‘leave no trace’ and group sizes are restricted to 12 or less. You can find official information at National Parks Service. For trail hiking information to Second Beach visit the Washington Trails Association.

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