Basalt Shores of Depoe Bay
This is an image from the stark, grey beauty of Oregon's own Depoe Bay, a town on the Pacific shore with a beach made of dark, ancient volcanic basalt deposits. This is looking north, along the coastal highway 101, right in the early morning as the mist creeps in from the ice-cold ocean. It was *amazingly* beautiful...and haunting. The breeze was strong that misty morning, and one could travel away from the town's single main street (Highway 101) toward the frigid waters of the Pacific, and find these strange plants growing all along the craggy, darkened rocks that constituted Depoe Bay's shoreline. It was a landscape unlike any I'd seen before, and one I simply had to capture on camera.
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This photograph comes available in many sizes and finishes! For the “paper” finishes (Glossy and Matte), this photograph comes loose, printed on high-quality photo paper and will need framed. Be sure to keep it out of direct sunlight! The other finishes (Canvas, Aluminum, Birch Wood) all arrive at your doorstep ready to hang! For the Canvas, Aluminum, and Wood finishes, please allow 1 – 2 weeks for delivery.