View of the Oregon Coast


I took this on November 1, the last day of sunshine. It was taken from the upper viewing point of the Conservation Trail to Cascade Head near Lincoln City, OR. You can see the Salmon River on the left and the beaches extending south beyond Lincoln City.  It is a quick drive from where we are staying at the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology. http://sitkacenter.org

View of Ocean from Cascade Head-

Cascade Head November 1, 2013

10 Comments on “View of the Oregon Coast

    • Thank you. This image required a fair amount of post production work. The reflections were blown out. I need to go back into the image and do some more work now that I’m becoming more knowledgable about Photoshop. I would quess it is the difference between a sledge hammer and a tack hammer. Thanks for your comment and looking at my blog.
      Also, I really enjoy what you are doing and look forward to seeing more.
      Tim

      • I am the same with Lightroom. Got it in November and each time I’m happy with what I’ve done, I learn something new. But I’m really enjoying myself. Seems like you are, too.

  1. Very true. The challenge is finding enough time. I’m shooting a series of portraits of Sitka Center for Arts and Ecology artists who are staying here in residency while we are here. It seems like an easy task but has become time consuming. ….but enjoyable.

  2. Your images of Oregon are impressive. You have a wonderful blog and I enjoyed sifting through it. Thank you for sharing.

    • Thank you so much for exploring my blog. Oregon had a big influence on me.
      I thought it was interesting when visiting your blog that you are shooting with a video camera. I look forward to seeing more images.
      Thanks again,
      Tim

  3. A beautiful photo of what is clearly a stunning view! Oregon is one of only 2 or 3 states that I haven’t yet visited… you photo makes me want to schedule a trip today!

    • Thank you for your kind complements. The west coast of Oregon is a must place to see. I tend to like the fall winter as the fog and rain are more prominent.

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