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By eegariM
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A lovely piece of coastline at Cape Flattery on a moody day with low hanging clouds touching the forest. This is basically the furthest point north-west on the US-american mainland.

This area is managed by the Makah Indian Tribe.

Later this day, on our way back, one of our suspension coil springs broke. Stranded in no-man's land we slowly made our way to the next village in search for a workshop (the coil was rubbing against the tire...). They didn't have one but some people told us the next village had a workshop. Arriving in the next village, the workshop obviously wasn't open on a Sunday at 6 pm. We parked our car in front of the workshop, which is an "out-of-order" gas station with lots of broken cars in the area. We could sort out things in the morning of the next day with the really nice owner of the workshop. He went the extra mile to get us back on the road as quickly as possible.

Location: Cape Flattery, Neah Bay, Makah Indian Reserve, Washington State, USA
IMAGE DETAILS
Image size
4896x3264px 15 MB
Make
FUJIFILM
Model
X-T10
Shutter Speed
1/170 second
Aperture
F/8.0
Focal Length
55 mm
ISO Speed
200
Date Taken
May 7, 2018, 12:30:56 AM
Sensor Size
23mm
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BeatryczeNowicka's avatar
Lovely view - so picturesque!
eegariM's avatar
Agreed, glad you enjoy it!
Ray-D's avatar
I would love to explore the area in a canoe.
eegariM's avatar
Yeah and I think you can do that here as well. There are a few good camping spots on the surrounding beaches here as well. ;)
LutzOrth's avatar

Sehr beeindruckend. :nod: Habe ich in natura noch nie gesehen.

eegariM's avatar
Ich vorher auch nicht!
splitmaus's avatar
It's like another world. So amazing.
eegariM's avatar
Very well put. :)
EwoRewoiJa's avatar

I'd be hard press to decide whether I enjoy you photos or your stories more. Thankfully, I don't have to :)

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:o I didn't really expect that, haha. Makes me happy you enjoy both, thank you!
cullyferg2010's avatar
Sounds like someone to be having exchanges of Christmas cards with.  I've a brother who lives up in Maple Valley.  He got out of the Coast Guard in Seattle in 1966 and has stayed up there ever since.  He said there was nothing back in Kansas for him to return to.

Took our oldest son up to Bellingham in early September last year to catch the Alaska Ferry up to Kodiak Island, where he's stationed with the Coast Guard himself.  He'll be there for the next three years, and now is regretting that decision.
eegariM's avatar
oof...Why is he regretting it?
cullyferg2010's avatar
Not much snow, just a lot of wind and rain as the island is off the coast of the state.
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Freut mich, dass du das auch so siehst!
LawrenceCornellPhoto's avatar
It looks a wonderful place.
Always nice to get some good help on your travels :)
eegariM's avatar
Yep, it always seems to work out in the end. :)
callmenotwo's avatar
what a landscape!
eegariM's avatar
Yes, you don't see that everyday! (unless you live here)
tayshania's avatar

This is breathtaking.

eegariM's avatar
Glad you like it!
davincipoppalag's avatar
wouldnt that be the furthest point northWest?.. the furthest point northEast is west Quoddy  head Maine
eegariM's avatar
You are absolutely correct. What I learned? Don't copy and paste your own shit without checking it for errors, lol.
davincipoppalag's avatar
LOL.. hey it happens1 heeh
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