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Seal Rock Beach
Photo By Brian D. Smith

  • Title: Seal Rock Beach
  • State/Province/Region: Oregon
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Pacific Coast Highway 101
  • Nearest Town: Seal Rock, OR
  • Brief Directions: From Newport, Or head south on the 101 until you reach the town of Seal Rock, OR. The beach and sea stacks are at Seal Rock State Park located on the south end of town.
  • Notes: Morning light is best to photograph the face of Seal Rock, but sunset is what the Pacific coast in famous for. Use a tripod for long exposures of the surf.
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Gear: Rain gear, an umbrella, a tripod, golashes / waterproof footwear
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