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#Sunset from Point of the Arches at #Olympic #NationalPark (#Washington). Part of the park's remote Shi Shi Beach, Point of the Arches features rock formations -- called sea stacks -- that stretch into the #PacificOcean. The best time to visit this #beach is April through October, but the beach can get busy during the summer months. Photo by Andy Porter (www.sharetheexperience.org).
"It was early in 1969 when Rolling Stone finally decided to do a cover story on the #GratefulDead. We all wondered why it took so long — of all the homebrewed bands in San Francisco, the Dead were the one with the greatest mystique, the one with the fans, the delightfully rabid Dead Heads. The editorial crew asked me how I wanted to shoot the Dead. I decided I would make the photos in the style of my photographic hero Richard Avedon, one by one, with a plain studio gray background and simple studio lighting. There is much more to the story, but this shot of #JerryGarcia tells a lot of it. The entire band was relaxed when they showed up at my home-based studio a couple of blocks from the Dead’s house at 710 Ashbury Street. It was an even more relaxed Jerry who opened his hand to me, the one with the missing digit, for, as far as I can tell, the first time he showed his imperfect picking hand publicly. I call the photo 'Jerry Waving.'" As told to @RollingStone by photographer @BaronWolman
Cars are stranded along a flooded stretch of I-696 at the Warren, Mich. city limits on Aug. 12, 2014. Police divers are<p>... VIEW MORE<p>David Coates—AP