The ocean is fascinating and I believe God unleashed His best creativity here. Although there are thousands of life forms inhabiting the pools in Olympic (Michael Phelps is not one of them) you really see a lot of the same few: green anemones, agregate anemones, ochre sea stars, snails, sculpins, and hermit crabs. But it doesn't matter to us. It never gets old. It's all too beautiful.
I don't get sick of taking pictures either. Tide pools are like crack for nature photographers. The hard part is not getting a great shot, unless you think balancing on barnacles and kelp while holding a large shirt over your head to cut the glare and also not setting a foot or tripod leg on some poor snail is hard. No, the hard part is posting pictures later and hoping everyone believes you when you say you did NOT fake the colors or do any fancy photo editing. Seriously. I sharpened most shots and tweaked the contrast in a few, and that's about it.
The rest of the tide pool images are posted in the Washington slide show gallery under the "Photos" drop down menu on the home page.