Long before the moon set the sun made it up over the Coast Range Mountains and began to light up the beach. The first rays of sunlight on Twin Rocks.
The sun at it's low angle made great light and shadow effects. Back at the cabin, Tom had the fire going and wood smoke blended with the fog still hanging over the hills.
Later that morning we drove south to the end of the beach at the Tillamook Bay jetty.
The channel, the bar and the sea beyond were cluttered with fishing boats.
The view looking north back up the beach, with the Twin Rocks a seemingly insignificant bump.
The opposite jetty was lined with feathered fishermen, brown pelicans.