Photos of Olympic's Diverse Ecosystem by Justin Bailie

Photographer Justin Bailie lives in the beautiful Pacific Northwest in the town of Manzanita, Oregon.
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Olympic National Park with its four ecosystems is a photographer's dream. Catch the sun setting over the mountain peaks, capture the ocean spray hitting sea stacks, shoot the dripping, lush rainforests, and sneek a picture of the wildlife in the forests.

Olympic National Park's Mountains

Hiking at Sunrise Point on Hurricane Ridge. Photo by Justin Bailie

Hiking at Sunrise Point on Hurricane Ridge. Photo by Justin Bailie

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Hurricane Ridge Road. Photo by Justin Bailie

Hurricane Ridge Road. Photo by Justin Bailie

Olympic National Park's Rainforests

Bridge over Sol Duc Waterfall on Olympic National Park. Photo by Justin Bailie

Bridge over Sol Duc Waterfall on Olympic National Park. Photo by Justin Bailie

Cascade in Olympic Rainforest. Photo by Justin Bailie

Cascade in Olympic Rainforest. Photo by Justin Bailie

Olympic National Park's Ocean Coast

Misty Olympic Coast. Photo by Justin Bailie

Misty Olympic Coast. Photo by Justin Bailie

Campfire under the stars on the Olympic Coast. Photo by Justin Bailie

Campfire under the stars on the Olympic Coast. Photo by Justin Bailie

Justin Bailie lives in the beautiful Pacific Northwest in the town of Manzanita, Oregon.
www.justinbailie.com

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