Sunday, January 06, 2013

#5 - Neah Bay Fog

Neah Bay Fog, 6" x 8" oil on panel, © 2012 Nancy Van Blaricom

This painting represents the beach at Neah Bay with the fog settling in for the day.

I think this part of Washington is absolutely beautiful even if fog starts to envelop you. A few years ago we took our small travel trailer and camped at Neah Bay and just a few miles west of Neah Bay at the tip of the Olympic Peninsula lies Cape Flattery, the most northwest point in the continental U.S.  Once you arrive at Cape Flattery you can walk a boardwalk out to see amazing views of ocean sea caves, Tatoosh Islands lighthouse and a marine wildlife viewing spot.


  1. This has a very calming quality about it... very nice, Nancy!

  2. I love the calm fog in the distance and the rougher surf in the foreground. very nice composition and color palette!

  3. I can see the light sparkling inspite of the gray sky; well done.