Breaking Bandon by erintoliephotography

It has been far too long since I have posted something online, much less had the time to photograph anything at all. The reason being, I recently bought a new RV and have decided to head south and explore my options. I’m currently taking some time in Bandon. It is so cool to just roll outta bed, grab my gear and 5 minutes later be down amongst the sea stacks here.

This is the first time I have photographed anything in over a month. It took me a bit to get back into the swing of things. Plus it was 31 degrees this morning and I had run outta propane (heat) the evening before. I was not looking to get wet so I took the safe route and perched up on some rocks. Anyways, it is so good to get back out there doing what I love to do most. Thanks for taking the time to check out my shot 🙂

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12 Apostles, Great Ocean Road, Australia by drjhnsn

The 12 Apostles, okay, not really 12, there never were actually 12, but it sounded better. I think there were only 9 and one collapsed in 2005 so there are only 8 now.

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Bandon Calling by eyeofalens

Bandon Calling
Seeing as I lost a SD card on my recent trip that pretty much had all my seascapes on it, id figured id dig in & experiement a little on the plethora of Bandon images that I’ve not processed & experiment a little with a few tricks
Would go back here in a heart beat..don’t know if ill ever see light like this again.

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Sunrise Surprise by ErinToliePhotography

I was out this morning collecting driftwood for a new project. I had zero expectations of photographing anything since the skies were pretty much clear heading out and it was low tide. But just after sunrise, some newly formed clouds to the south lit up. I always bring my camera just in case and I was able to get in a few nice shots spur of the moment. And bonus, I didn’t get hit with a single wave for once 🙂 Thanks for taking the time to view!

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Cotton Candy Reflections by cwexplorationphotography

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Here’s a new one from Ruby Beach, WA. This cloud formation started to take shape just after sunset and only got more interesting as time went on so I decided to find a way to work it into a composition that you don’t typically see out of that area. I played around with different shutter speeds until I was able to capture some wave action and a nice reflection from the sky and seastacks along beach in front of me. This was definitely one of the most memorable sunsets I’ve had on the coast in a long time. Hope you enjoy it!

Ruby Beach, WA


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Nature’s Fireworks by cwexplorationphotography

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This one comes from Ruby Beach on the Washington State Coast. The conditions I got that night were probably the best I’ve ever had on the coast. Once in a while I do manage to catch some good light haha.

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Jack The Rabbit by stianklo

Reynisfjara, Iceland. Is it just me, or does the seastack to the right look like the famous rabbit dildo …yikes

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