<p>"On my trip up north to Washington, we discovered a very unique location in Olympic National Park," says Your Shot community member Justin Jung, who took this photo in the Washington State park. "I couldn't believe my eyes when we first arrived. This was something so out of this world, and nothing I'd expect to find in the U.S.A. We only had an hour to explore before sundown. We immediately fell in love with this rain forest and the feeling we got being inside."</p>

Olympic National Park, Washington

"On my trip up north to Washington, we discovered a very unique location in Olympic National Park," says Your Shot community member Justin Jung, who took this photo in the Washington State park. "I couldn't believe my eyes when we first arrived. This was something so out of this world, and nothing I'd expect to find in the U.S.A. We only had an hour to explore before sundown. We immediately fell in love with this rain forest and the feeling we got being inside."

Photograph by Justin Jung, National Geographic Your Shot

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