Seascapes by Garry DeLong
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Face Rock, Bandon Oregon. 1980. The rock near the center of the picture does indeed resemble a face in profile. Face Rock is remarkable because of the 3-D aspects of the features. The cheeks are definitely there, as is the outline of the mouth. A few of the locals recount the legend of the rock, the sad tale of an Indian maiden who was frozen into stone by an evil spirit. Photographers note: A polarizing filter was used to remove the glare from the water and sky resulting in the deep blues
Heceta Head on the Oregon coast. 1982. Notice the lighthouse. It continues today as a working lighthouse, 205 feet tall, and is the brightest light on the Oregon Coast. Also, it is reputed to be the most photographed lighthouse in the nation. Not surprising. A polarizing filter was used.
Taken from the interior of a cave on the beach near Bandon, Oregon, this cave is only accessible at low tide.
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A late afternoon sun illuminates a wave at Seal Rock, near Newport, Oregon