Rainforest Elms


Original, lab-processed photograph of Yavapai Sunset with a metallic finish. All matted photographs are double matted using acid-free mats. Fine art plaques are ready-to-hang and come with everything needed to mount.



When don’t often think of rainforests and the United States in the same breath, unless, of course, are in Washington State. For there, making up a significant portion of Olympic National Park is the Hoh Rainforest. True to its name, it is an actual rainforest, although of the temperate, rather than the tropical variety. The deeper you go into, the more mysterious and incredible it becomes. Every step leads you further away from the civilized world and deeper in the forest. This section of the rainforest is known for its moss covered elm trees, and here Rainforest Elms was made.

Exploring the forest on a bright sunny day is one thing. Exploring it on a rainy day is quite another, and an experience well recommended. Here, you hear the constant “drip, drip, drip” as the rain collects and then drops off the trees. Bird calls reverberate throughout, and now and then a terrestrial creature adds their voice to the mix. The gentle cacophony is soothing and leads you deeper into the forest.

The elms, growing tall to catch what rays of sun they can, surrender their lower branches to the moss, which eagerly consumes them, making for a strange pair. Ferns cover the forest floor, and everywhere around you is another vibrant plant, making for an incredible experience, all memorialized by Rainforest Elms.

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