Oregon’s South Coast

Looking North to Port OrfordPortOrford-9691

How you look at it is pretty much how you’ll see it 
Rasheed Ogunlaru


29 thoughts on “Oregon’s South Coast

    • Thanks, Chilli. I consider myself truly lucky to live where there’s this gorgeous coast and it has yet to become overrun with hoards of tourists. Don’t know how long that’ll last, but enjoying it for now.


    • Well, I certainly planned it this way. Started gradually moving away from “civilization” starting around the mid-70s, until I finally landed on the coast. Can’t think of any place I’d rather be. Thanks for the sweet comment, by the way! 🙂


  1. Beautiful. I love the sea, whether wild or calm. It doesn’t matter if the beach is sandy of rocky either. I went to Sandgate, north of Brisbane recently to watch a sunrise. As I walked through the water and watched the dawn break I felt so happy I felt like crying! I hope to live on the coast one day so I can enjoy it more often. 🙂


    • Living on the coast is certainly something special. It seems I steered my life in order to land where I did. Have to add that I love the mountains and the desert, but the ocean is closest to my heart.

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    • I’m guessing that was likely a landslide which included tree fall. Many of the cliffs are made up of some slithery stuff (clay-like) that slides into the ocean. Parts of the highway that runs along the coast drops into the sea every now and again.


    • Well, you DO know where to find it! I suspect you’ll be there before you know it. I loved our trip down 395 and those marvelous mountains AND the desert scenes, but the coast is definitely nearest and dearest to my heart.


  2. Beautiful view.

    I had lunch at that exact wide spot back on the 2nd. A much sunnier day, though. Just before the storm brought over 3″ of rain to the town.


    • Ahhh, but you see I cheated and pulled this out of archives. This shot was taken back on Dec 28th. Pulled it up because we’re thinking of heading back down that way sometime soon.


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