Driftwood at La Push, Washington

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Powerful winds accompanied by high tides are required to bring monsters like this ashore.

epod.usra.edu/blog/2010/06/driftwood-at-la-push-washington.html


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    Puulaahi

    Damn!

    Ch3x0

    My driftwood is better than your Kracken.

    BeetsAndBears

    sweet

    przxqgl

    my impression is that a lot of trees like that are probably not too far away from where they were growing once…

    and i know exactly where that is… i fed the ocean spirits on that beach a few years ago… 8)

    Sleepwalker

    Wouldn’t want to run into that in the ocean.

    Dreth

    I can’t imagine what would bring down this monster in the first place, apart from, say, growing too close and too heavy to a weak edge next to a water body.

    W

    You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!

    skinbubble

    Wowza!

    pro_junior

    it’s nice that they had Pat stand next to it to provide scale…

    Macol

    hey, cool. I’m going here next month while on leave.

    figosound

    Guybrush Driftwood

    HoChunk

    Part of me wants to say “shoop”, but the part of me that loves teh awesome won’t let it.

    Do sequoias and/or redwoods grow so close to the shore?

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