Friday, August 27, 2010

Port Orford

This came out looking a little like a favorite shot from 2/7/10.
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
Reeds
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
Port Orford dock overlook. Sony with tele adapter pries into a conversation about Nikon cameras. D80 I think I heard.
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
I found the old jail.
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
Jail chimney alternate.
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
I played some fiddle into the open window.
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
Union gas station.
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
This old map is cool, 1:100,000 from the Netherlands.
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
There was a random stop at a model train enthusiast's home.
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
A daylight miniature reference to my moonlight Kearsarge shot.
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
Richard Smith was very cordial and interesting.
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©8/27/10
Landslide work had us stopped on the 101 and saw a whale breach. Very difficult to shoot. One, and two.

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