Looking north we see the ocean fog and Vancouver Island looming in the distance beyond Cape Flattery, Washington.
At the extreme northwestern tip of the Olympic Peninsula, where the Strait of Juan de Fuca meets the Pacific Ocean, Cape Flattery is the most northwesterly point in the contiguous lower 48 states. It is part of the Makah Reservation and a well maintained trail leads visitors to some of the most beautiful ocean views they will ever experience. It is interesting to note that the photos of Cape Flattery looking north and south were taken literally a few yards and a few minutes apart.
Cape Flattery, Washington, Looking North
This signed and numbered photograph is printed with archival inks and currently available in two sizes, 10" x 15" and 12" x 18".
The 10" x 15" print is is centered on 13" x 19" acid free fine art paper.
The 12" x 18" print is centered on 17" x 22" acid free fine art paper.