- Pacific Northwest
- 006 - The Oregon Coast
006 - The Oregon Coast
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Updated - September 2010 / with color photos
This newsletter directs you to spectacular vistas, remote beaches and the picturesque fishing villages down the Oregon Coast. The best sea stacks, lighthouses, tide pools, ship wreck ruins, and sand dunes are pointed out along with directions to places like Cape Falcon.
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Unlike the Atlantic Coast, almost all of America's Pacific Coast is easily accessible to visitors. Highway 101 follows the edge of the Pacific for most of the way down the Oregon Coast. The Oregon Coast is a land of sandy beaches, rugged headlands, eroded sea stacks, teeming tide pools, and some of the most famous marine views in this country. If you are a photographer looking for spectacular seascapes with steep cliffs dropping into churning surf on rocky beaches, the Oregon Coast is the place you should visit.
Bring a macro lens for the incredibly diverse marine and plant life, a telephoto lens for the sea birds, the whales and sea lions, and the lighthouses. Bring a wide-angle lens for the magnificent seascapes. This newsletter will direct you to spectacular vistas and will help you find the remote beaches and the picturesque fishing villages. The best sea stacks, lighthouses, tide pools, and sand dunes are pointed out along with directions to places like Cape Falcon, a great place for a sunset photo on a point 700 feet above the Pacific Ocean.