There were a few patches of Oxalis oregana or Redwood Sorrel along the path on the north side of Lake Crescent at 580'. It was too late for the flowers. This was the first time I'd seen Oxalis oregana this far east in Washington state; before I'd only seen it along the west coast.
This small Leptasterias aequalis or Colorful Six-armed Star was only 1" across. I found it under a rock at the low tide and moved it onto this iridescent seaweed for a photo, then returned it to its location. It's not often you find a six-armed star!
Here is Orobanche californica or California Broomrape, a parasitic plant growing in the sand near the lighthouse at the end of Point Wilson. The lavender blossoms caught my eye, and I'd never seen a plant like this before, just a clump of trumpet-shaped flowers without leaves. Then I noticed about two dozen clumps, each about 3-5" across and 2" high, with each blossom about 1" long. I was surprised not to find this native plant in my excellent field guide by Pojar and MacKinnon.