Dungeness Spit, Washington, USA
Dungeness Spit is a 5 mile long sand spit that juts out into the Straight of Juan de Fuca in the Puget Sound. It’s a popular place for people to visit and if you start early enough in the day you can make it out to the lighthouse. The spit is a nature reserve with grasses, which this photos captures, so there are areas you cannot visit (but you can photograph), and the beach is beautiful with washed up logs scattered along it. One year, after a huge storm, there were trees lying on the beach all the way from Japan.