The view from Cannon Beach along the Oregon Coast looks across to Ecola State Park where large boulders jut out of the ocean along the coastline. Behind the boulders, steep barren cliffs with waves gently crashing against them, rise above the ocean eventually giving way to the green forest growth. Days like these are ideal for photographers as they can snap pictures which shows off the incredible beauty of the Oregon Coast.
In the foreground, small waves crest and break on the coastline of Cannon Beach along the Oregon Coast as the white foam the ocean creates slides its way up the beach. The waves roll in one after another until their flow is interrupted by the boulders that adorn the Oregon Coast near Cannon Beach.The spray that comes off the surface of the waves and lingers in the air appears as a mixture of colours as the sunlight reflects off it. Across the horizon, a haze still lingers but the sun manages to break through enough to let off some distinct rays.
The calmer days at Cannon Beach are very scenic with a view that is breathtaking, but that can all change very quickly. Storms along the Oregon Coast in USA are some of the meanest that the Pacific Ocean can brew up making a serene ocean view change into a furious raging monster. To capture pictures of the ocean in this serene state is very scenic and peaceful but to capture storm pictures, photography takes on a whole new meaning.
Cannon Beach looking north towards Ecola State Park, Chapman Point, Oregon Coast, Oregon, USA, North America.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1DS, aperture of f/6.3, exposure time of 1/400 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 340mm.
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