Did you know that Washington State is home to the tallest waterfall in North America?
I didn't know until a couple months ago. I've backpacked around Washington for over a decade and I love that I've barely scratched the surface experiencing this state's natural beauty.
This large 24x36' poster is part geological infographic and part love-letter to Washington State. On the 125th anniversary of Washington, I've highlighted the state's largest mountain peaks, rivers and waterfalls, and compared relative sizes of major lakes and islands. It's not a map, but I put many hundred of hours into researching the information and arranging it in a way that's visually appealing. I hope it inspires many more hundreds of hours of adventures and explorations for everyone who hangs it on their wall.
Perfect for the hikers, backbackers, waterfall photographers, peak-baggers, or general outdoor enthusiasts in your life. Available in two styles: rustic, earth-toned "Naturalist" or inverted, modern "Explorer."
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Web & Moss Studio
The science illustration studio of Lindsay Holladay