Today could best described as blustery. One minute the wind was blowing the rain sideways, then thirty minutes later it was calm with patches of sunshine. During one of the calm periods, I made a trip to Beards Hollow, which is located on the Washington coast. I spent an hour photographing the wetlands and the bluffs overlooking the ocean with little success. As the sky off to the west began to threaten rain, I began the mile hike back to my truck. As I turned to leave, I noticed the last of the sunshine as it lit up the dunes and beach grass. Despite getting wet, the adventure was well worth it!