Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Olympic National Park is known for its temperate rainforests
which gets about 150 inches of rain annually.
A temperate rainforest is dominated by conifer trees unlike a tropical rainforest.
Ferns dominate the forest floor.
And moss covers everything.
Manmade objects slowly get covered by the vegatation.
And the trees tower over everything.
In the rainforest, everything is green.