weekly photo challenge: masterpiece

During a recent trip I felt like I was standing inside a work of art. Each landscape was as breathtaking as the last and the next seemed to be even more spectacular. Photos can only hint at the overwhelming and varied natural beauty in the state of Oregon:



34 thoughts on “weekly photo challenge: masterpiece

  1. I love Oregon, at least to visit. I think that I have been to every photo you have. I see you like Bandon, there is an other place south that I like, Port Orford. Back in the early 70’s there was a field over looking the ocean that my family and I would park on for a couple days at a time in our RV. There were no houses on it at the time. All your photos brought back some very good memories. Thank you

    • That sounds like a wonderful time spent! This was my first trip there and I do hope to return…making a note to stop by Port Orford next time.
      Thank you for stopping by and checking out the photos.

      • I was disappointed the last time I was there, There is no more cliff that you can park on over looking the ocean. It is all houses now. I also spent a lot of time at Gold Beach on the Rouge River. Because I did a lot of fishing while I stayed there. Oregon was the place that I went to for vacations, mainly to fish and it was way cooler than the San Fernando Valley.

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    • Thank you very much; I can’t really take credit when all the beauty was right in front of me. Thank you for stopping by and sharing your thoughts!

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