Southwest Oregon Coast – Post 2 of 2

Friday I drove up the first 30 miles of the southern Oregon coast after crossing over from California.  Here are some of the incredible views I had throughout the afternoon (and because it was afternoon some were taken looking into the late day sun.  I hope to get pictures from the same vantage points Saturday with the sun behind me).

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From high up on a hill, looking down below a cloud (which you can see in the 3rd photo above):

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Shortly after taking these photos I arrived in the little town of Gold Beach where I’ll be staying for two nights.  I will backtrack to these same areas on Saturday and hopefully have the sun behind me, although the marine layer often doesn’t burn off until early to mid-afternoon so the sun will then be above me.  Depending on how Saturday goes I may hang around here Monday as well, as I will be staying 3 nights at my next stop further up the road so I’ll have more time to see things up that way.

 

One thought on “Southwest Oregon Coast – Post 2 of 2”

  1. These are gorgeous! How high does the tide come up on the beaches / rocks? It looks quite level from the photos, but guessing there is more slope than it seems.

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