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Bandon-by-the-sea-stacks
Photo By Stephen Oachs

  • Title: Bandon-by-the-sea-stacks
  • State/Province/Region: Oregon
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Town: Bandon
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Description: The exceptional sandy beaches of southern Oregon are known for their beauty, and their public accessibility. They also sport fantastic examples of amazing sea stacks, the haunting geological remnants of marine terraces being eroded by the power of the salty Pacific Ocean. These ancient markers of time silently watch the diminishing sun light from their view along this Bandon, Oregon beach. The weather, stormy, cold and windy, delivered intense color just before the clouds opened up and poured with rain.
  • Gear: Canon 1Ds Mark III
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