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Paddling through the foam came with a dampening of all sound, a quieting of the waves, the cries of the gulls and the sound of our own heartbeats. Photo from #roadlesscoastredux paddler Marc Mahoney.
This is a view of the very beginnings of the Puyallup River, high on the western face of Mount Rainier. The "Path of the Puyallup" expedition is the subject of a short film (same name), that will be released in mid-2016.
The Ikkatsu Project is proud of the company it keeps; the dedicated support of these companies and organizations help make our continuing expeditions and field work possible.
The Cutting Room Floor
As photographs and video get picked over and edited there are the inevitable items that didn't get chosen, that end up not being used for anything. You'll find them here...
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Crescent Bay Anemone
Clear water and a sunny day out in the Tongue Point tidepools
I shot this little guy on the West Side Road on Mount Rainier last summer.