2005 Olympic Nat'l Park Travelogue
The picture above is the Olympic Range taken at sunset from the Space Needle in Seattle on August 13th.
Here is my narrative describing our trip to/from and walking tour in the Olympic National Park in Washington state. I'll link the corresponding pages from Jonathan's website so that folks can jump back and forth between them.
The background on the webpages for this trip is a shot of a carpet of moss taken in the rain forests. I've taken the liberty of altering the color, but not the pattern, to match the color scheme of this site.
09 to 10 August
Pasadena to Burney Falls to Klamath Falls OR
11 and 12 August
Walla Walla WA
Morning 16 August
Mid-day 16 August
Afternoon 16 August
Evening 16 August
Morning 18 August
Afternoon 18 August
Sol Duc Valley
20 to 21 August
Marymere Falls, Port Townsend, and Seattle
22 to 24 August
Vancouver BC, Eugene OR, and the Oregon Coast
The images on the site, unless otherwise noted, were taken using an Olympus C8080 Zoom, using a high resolution, which results in JPEG's that are 3264x2448 pixels. I usually had a circular polarizing filter installed on all but a few pictures. The image size of the resulting JPEGs are about 3.5 MB each. I burned the unedited version of all images onto a DVD before editing them.
On this site, I've whittled the image size down to two sizes - a thumbnail I use on the page for the day, and a 640x480 pixel (or 480x640 pixel, assuming I haven't cropped or altered the size) image that I've saved optimized for web usage.
A lot of the images I doctored using Photoshop Elements, a trimmed down version of Adobe Photoshop.
If you'd like the high resolution image (1 - 2MB each), drop me an email (MarkTKing mac.com) and I'll either email you a copy or set up a page where you can download the image.