This is one of my personal favorites from the Pacific Northwest and Olympic Peninsula. The rising tide surge had pushed its way all around me as I was photographing the scene at Ruby Beach. I noticed this reverse flow falls each time as rhythmic pulse of the ocean retreated.
I placed myself here in anticipation of the next big surge to photograph the reverse falls in a gentle "S" curve leading back to the setting sun. This one I loved, and thus I'm making available as an open edition fine art print for you to order. Choose from 7 sizes, 4 unique media options in several styles!
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Outbound Flow - Ruby Beach
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