During my four-day, 800-mile photo outing to the southern coast of Oregon
(south of Bandon
) in May 2012, I took about 2,000 pictures. It still amazes me how many places I was able to visit and photograph in such a short amount of time! During my third day out, I spent the morning exploring the 28-mile stretch of coast between Gold Beach
During my southerly migration, I made various-length stops a numerous points, including
Further on, I stopped at many beautiful spots in the Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor,
While at Whaleshead Beach, the fog started rolling in, around 10:30 AM or so. By the time I got to my next stop, Cape Ferrelo,
the fog was such a pea-soup that I decided not to walk the half mile from the parking lot to the tip of the cape. Instead, I continued a few miles south to Brookings,
where I turned inland towards my next target, Vulcan Lake
(which will be a future photo album).
Throughout my morning of exploration I took 128 pictures, which I have narrowed down to the best 31, in this, the sixth of numerous albums from my trip.