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john gussmanJohn has been a professional photographer for almost 40 years. Starting as a photojournalist in the Bay Area, he then moved to the Olympic Peninsula in 1979. John then started his own business in 1982 doing on-location commercial photography in the greater Puget Sound area. Having recently semi-retired from doing this, he now spends most of his time pursuing his true passion of nature and landscape photography, and is currently working on a feature length documentary film on the dam removal project in the Elwha Valley. Information on that can be viewed here. John can be reached at 360.808.6406 or visit his website.

Randall Tomaras has been in the field of photography since 1968.  He started in sports, events, & travel photography, moved into public relations, then international relations before he semi-retired to portrait photography, which ended up being one of the largest studios in the state. He has been camping and hiking on the Peninsula since 1960. When he saw the opportunity to move to Sequim in 2006, he jumped for it. Randall brings a vast knowledge of marketing and promotion to the Olympic Peninsula. Every so often Peninsula College talks him into teaching his Qualities of Light class using the Tomaras Image Theory. More of his work can be found at www.RandallTomaras.com and www.SequimBalloonFestival.com


Randall J Hodges Photography

Randall has been a professional nature photographer and writer for over twelve years. Most of his work comes from time spent hiking and backpacking in the West where he has hiked and photographed over 19,000 trail miles.


Dave Logan   

Dave Logan is a local photographer based in Port Angeles. Dave has a passion for photographing events, people, festivals and the beautiful every day scenery of the Olympic Peninsula.



In 2007, the Juan de Fuca Scenic Byway Association invited photographers to participate in building a photo library of the byway. Four professional photographers (see Photographer Bios) were also contracted, and many community members entered personal photography in a locally promoted contest .
All photos in this photo gallery are the property of the Juan de Fuca Scenic Byway Association and may only be used with special permission from JFSBA to help promote the byway. Requests can be made to the Scenic Byway Coordinator.
If you would like to submit a photo to be considered for use on this website, to add to our library, or to appear in our newsletter, please submit the photo to our Scenic Byway Coordinator with the completed Photo Submission Form.

  112 Reasons. Four Seasons
1st Place: Kayak Fisherman by Martha Ellul
2nd Place: Cape Flattery trail by Cindy Arsaga
3rd Place: Moonrise over Strait of Juan de Fuca by Paul Blake
4th Place: Rufous hummingbird by Paul Blake
  Byway Mileposts
1st Place: Fall Colors on Hwy 112 at milepost 58 by James Wengler
2nd Place: Sunrise over Kydaka Point seen from milepost 8 by Paul Blake
3rd Place: Snow Creek Marina at milepost 1 by Shayne Vinagre
4th Place: Gray Whale Feeding at milepost 8 by Paul Blake
  Drive It. Experience It
1st Place: Lady Washington in Clallam Bay by Martha Ellul
2nd Place: Serene beauty on the Cape Flattery Trail by Donna Alumbaugh
3rd Place: Clallam River by Jane Hielman
4th Place: Sunset at milepost 41.5 by Paul Blake