Neskowin, Oregon, USAJuly 19, 2015
Category: Landscape Tagged: beach, landscape, Neskowin, Neskowin Beach, Neskowin Creek, Ocean, Oregon, Pacific Ocean, Photography, Timothy S. Allen, Water
The ocean mist and breaking wave in the distance…Great!
Thanks, Rawls. It is a difficult to take a bad photo in this area of Oregon.
I agree… there is a lot to see in this picture.
Mario thank you. This was shot using my new Tamron 16-300 lenses at 35mm and cropped heavily from the sky down and less from the foreground.
I like the way that the waters lead you to the breaking spray. Marvellous composition
Rajiv thank you. This is a great place to shoot.
What a beautiful place, & lovely composition of the pic.
Thank you so much for your kind words
Woe, that is beautiful!
Woe = Wow
Heroes thank you thank you
Gorgeous! I guess you are back in the States now. Did you enjoy your trip to Taiwan this year?
Thank you and yes we’re back. We returned June 10. It was a good stay but a lot of work. The International environmental exhibition was new and challenging.
Lovely, lovely picture, from the strength of the square format, through the 3D space from grasses to cliffs, it’s a stand out shot. What lifts it is the mist from the ocean and the wonderful colours. Great photo, Tim.
Thank you John. Neskowin beach is a beautiful place. Everything comes together there.
…..and it appears to have a submerged forest on the shore, that’s quite rare, I guess.
I’ve looked at the area and your photo is up there with the best!
The trees come down very close to the ocean. I think this adds beauty to the area. Thanks for the words of confidence.
that is so awesome 🙂
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