I found this perfect Naja crescent shaped moon piece of driftwood on a beautiful beach in Northern California years ago. I sat with this wood for awhile until it was the right time to cast it into sterling silver for Naja necklace designs! I am so excited Claudia was the first person to choose this special piece in Keystone, CO last weekend!
One of the shots we got with @activegeiranger last weekend! Rented a boat to explore what UNESCO’s Geirangerfjord has to offer and we didn’t get disappointed at all! Wishing all an adventurous weekend! 💙 #geiranger
The Quinault Rain Forest is a temperate rain forest in Olympic National Park. The valley that contains this magical forest is called the "Valley of the Rain Forest Giants" because of the incredible number of record size tree species located here. The largest specimens of Western Red Cedar, Sitka Spruce, Western Hemlock, Alaskan Cedar and Mountain Hemlock are found in the forest as well as five of the ten largest Douglas-firs. The forest receives an average of 12 FEET of rain per year! It is believed to be the area with the greatest number of record size giant tree species in the smallest area in the world. It has the largest trees in the world outside of California and New Zealand.