Thursday, September 18, 2008

Skywatch Friday - Oregon Coast

Today I'm using one of my archive photos, taken several years ago. This is Twin Rocks, taken from in front of the family cabin in Rockaway Beach, Oregon. I'll be heading there next week for another stay. I sure would love to have blue skies overhead again.
Enjoy Skywatch.

28 comments:

  1. Looks like a beautiful place to visit. Have fun! Beautiful!

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  2. Awesome, looks like a wonderful beach

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    Cheers

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  3. What a beautiful place to have a cabin! Yep, I'm envious!
    Happy Sky Watch!

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  4. This is Really pretty!! I love the coast! Happy night!

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  5. I'm all for a fabulous archive like this. Unusual rocks.

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  6. I wonder what the twin rocks looked like say, 5 to 10,000 years ago. I would guess much larger. It is a well composed photograph.

    My picture is at Canon Pixels

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  7. oregon coast is lovely when the sun shines. we found a rental house for a week next july near rockport. so are looking forward to that.

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  8. You are so lucky to have a family cabin in such a beautiful locale!

    Happy Skywatch travels to you tonight!

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  9. that's a great view! mother nature's so pretty!

    My SWF pictures are here and here. Happy weekends!

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  10. It kind of looks like a sea serpent..

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  11. That is such a pretty photo, Linda. I love it. Someday, someday, we will need to get to Oregon.

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  12. That is a beautiful place to have a cabin.Those rocks remind me of a similar formation we saw in New Zealand up near the Bay of Islands.We went on a boat trip and when we went through the rock,I was at the back of the boat,hanging on to the side with one hand and taking a picture with the other! Thank you for stopping by my SW

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  13. What a great shot of those rocks. I love the coast. Have a wonderful visit.

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  14. Very nice coastal shot with those wave eroded sandstone blocks.

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  15. An enviable spot. Looks like another picture for the wall. Have a good visit - and blue skies.

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  16. Love the unusual rock feature against a clear blue sky! Lovely pic!

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  17. Good shot. To me its as if you were walking through the trees headed to the beach and captured some sort of sea monster coming up for air to me.

    I love the Oregon coast, while I live in Georgia, my mother lives in Seattle and my sister was married at a light house on the coast of Oregon. Very beautiful place.

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  18. Wow, what a lovely photo and a great view from a cabin. Super SkyWatch contribution. Have a great time when you go and have a great weekend.

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  19. What a beautiful place and beautiful photo. Oregon is on the list of states I still have not been to. I'd love to see this view for myself!

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  20. Oooh - I want to walk along that beach, under that sky, next to that tree. Very nice frame!

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  21. What a great shot! The rocks look illuminated.

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  22. The sun was coming up over the Coast Range, lighting the sea and the rocks, but had not yet risen high enough to light the beach. The effect was startling.

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  23. This is the view from your cabin? Oh my! So if you come up missing, we'll know where to look. I would never want to leave a place like this. Truthfully... never.

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  24. What a great photo!! Those rocks are so cool!! Happy SWF!!

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  25. I am still wishing I was related! Such awesome ocean havens.

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  26. You know, there's a Rockaway Beach in NY - used to hang out there as a teen.

    Not quite the same as yours though

    So beautiful

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  27. Those rocks are beautiful in that light. What a view. God bless, Linda.

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