A small group of swans paddle across a pond then take flight, flying low.
An American Coot paddles and dives
A great white egret patrols the shoreline in search of lunch.
A single Lithop flower opening and closing in the evening sun.
Looking up at tall trees along the Cummins Creek trail.
Tall, wild grass blows in the wind.
Looking up at Cape Perpetua along the central Oregon coast. This is one of the highest spots along the coast and one of my favorite places to be. That big ‘ol hunk of rock has a great view of the ocean.
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A small river for such a dramatic name.
Sahalie Falls in central Oregon – with bonus rainbow.
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Just another (beautiful) day on the Oregon coast.
Strong waves hitting a rocky shore along the Oregon coast.
Oregon spruce trees dancing in a light wind.
Diving ducks bobbing in the surf.
A view along the Oregon coast looking down on the small town of Yachats.
Bright orange Sun setting against thin clouds and a dark ocean.
Strong, rough waves coming straight at you.
Close-up shots of coarse sand flowing across a wet beach.
Grey water, grey clouds, grey fog – even a grey, overcast day is beautiful to me.
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Tthe Spouting Horn at Cook’s Chasm on the Oregon Coast
I love to watch sea foam slosh and float about.
Trees cast their shadows across a hiking trail,
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Two seagulls survey the scene.
Shallow waves lapping against a sandy beach at sunset.
A slightly bedraggled Trillium flower does what it does .
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I watch for these clumps of Iris every year along one of my favorite hiking paths.
The waves in this small chasm can really pack a punch.
A spot along the Oregon coast that some folks call Thor’s Well.
Another shot grabbed near Cook’s Chasm on the Oregon Coast.
A hive of bees moved into my neighbors yard.
A hive of bees is extremely busy.
A soft, misty sunset on the Oregon coast.
A love the way these these shallow streams paint patterns as they flow over the beach.
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A faint rainbow in the fog.
Interesting angle as we the fog rolls in below.
A tiny stream flowing back to the sea after high tide.
These anemones actually move quite a bit when they sense some food might be near.
Sea anemones and muscles are the ‘big fish’ in this corner of a tiny tidepool.
Seagulls gather on the rocks for a late afternoon siesta.
Poking around the tidepools on the Oregon coast.
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Watching the foam slosh about.
The view from our camping spot located up an old logging road around Tahkenitch lake.
An enormous flock of Canada Geese make a pit-stop.
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A crystal clean mountain stream flows past a bank of moss covered rocks.
Nice light coming through from the back and a bit of spray from the wind.
This patch of ocean seems to be undecided as to what to do next.
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A close up view of a small section of the Devil’s Churn.
A massive flock of migrating Canadian Geese layover at the Finley Wildlife Reserve near Corvallis, Oregon.
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Soft gradations of color, almost pastel.
The colors of this sunset shift so smoothly from the off-whites to oranges, blues, and pink.
Low tide on a misty morning near the Yachats state park on the central Oregon coast.
My favorite local Spouting Horn.
A close view of the surf washing and swirling through a shallow pool near the edge of the tide.
Looking south from Cape Perpetua on the central Oregon coast.
This is a quick timelapse showing the are around Devil’s Churn and the Cook’s Chasm.
Sunlight wanders through the trees.
This secluded beach looks more like a tropical cove than a spot on the central Oregon coast.
Tangled branches struggle under the weight of a wet, Spring snow.
McDowell creek winds it’s way through a fresh blanket of snow.
A spider has found a good spot to catch a morning meal.
Several spider webs adorn this drying branch in the early morning light.
A blue heron takes flight in Oregon’s Finley Wildlife Refuge.
A close view of a mountain waterfall.
A mountain stream finds it’s way to the South Santiam river.
Every low tide must rise.