A phone booth growing a thatch of vegetation in the Hoh Rain Forest, WA, USA. Because of the heavy precipitation each year, 140-170 inches, the forest is home to a lush, green canopy of both coniferous and deciduous species. Mosses and ferns blanket the surfaces and add another dimension to the rainforest.
Well, I know where I’m going to visit.
is this accurate to what’s happening in washington right now or
Yes, this is precise.
I should know
Cabin on Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, Washington.
Photograph by Colin Brooks.
Ahhhh, this is on my list of ‘Places that I really need to go see’.
Tacoma Narrows Bridge (the nickname Galloping Gertie)
Washington State, 1940