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Straits of Juan de Fuca
Washington


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Beach at Shipwreck Point

Beach at Shipwreck Point

Shipwreck Point reserve protects one of the few beaches along the rocky coast between Neah Bay and Sekiu.

Shipwreck Point Natural Resources Conservation Area, Washington

Date photographed: August 11, 2016

Seastack with trees

Seastack with trees

A small sea stack at Shipwrekc Point with several trees growing on top.

Shipwreck Point Natural Resources Conservation Area, Washington

Date photographed: August 11, 2016

Tidepools at Shipwreck Point

Tidepools at Shipwreck Point

Exposed bedrock and jumbled boulders make for a rich intertidal environment in the bay at Shipwreck Point.

Shipwreck Point Natural Resources Conservation Area, Washington

Date photographed: August 11, 2016

Exposed strata on the erosional platform

Exposed strata on the erosional platform

A sea-level erosional platform cuts across stratified bedrock.

Shipwreck Point Natural Resources Conservation Area, Washington

Date photographed: August 11, 2016

Sekiu's Three Brothers

Sekiu's Three Brothers

This unusual group of three small sea stacks is on dry land just above the boat ramp and harbor at Sekiu.

Sekiu, Washington

Date photographed: August 11, 2016

Boat Ramp at Pillar Point

Boat Ramp at Pillar Point

The boat ramp at Pillar Point near Pysht on the Straits of Juan de Fuca.

Pillar Point Recreation Area, Pysht, Washington

Date photographed: August 11, 2016

Lush green stream channel

Lush green stream channel

Ferns and moss along a tiny stream near Pysht.

Pillar Point Recreation Area, Pysht, Washington

Date photographed: August 11, 2016

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