Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Sunny

The ocean roared all night last night. It was foggy on the coast so I headed inland about five miles.
Euchre Creek, Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©11/2/10

Euchre Creek, Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©11/2/10

Euchre Creek, Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©11/2/10
Madrone bark, Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©11/2/10
Euchre Creek, Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©11/2/10
There was a twin cypress tree at my dad's place as a kid. I went in for this shot, referencing this shot from Reno and also this shot from Tennessee. But I walked around behind and with the flash on, surprised myself.
Cypress tree twin, Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©11/2/10
Dozens of honey bees were foraging.
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©11/2/10
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©11/2/10
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©11/2/10
Curry County Oregon, Andrew D. Barron ©11/2/10
Back down at sea level, the intense wave energy has built a dense fog. The sea still loudly beats the beach.

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