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Brian's Photo Blog — Article 138
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Southern Oregon Coast Photo Album
Tuesday 31 July 2012   —   Category: Outings
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 and Brookings. During my southerly migration, I made various-length stops at a number of locations, including
Further on, I stopped at many beautiful spots in the Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor, such as 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 my next photo album).

Throughout my morning of exploration I took 128 pictures, which I have narrowed down to the best 31, which you can view in Oregon Coast South 2012, the sixth of numerous albums from my trip.
For a complete list of all the blog entries and photo albums resulting from my trip to the Southern Oregon Coast, be sure to check out the May 2012 Southern Oregon Coast Photo Outing Recap
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