Matt Kloskowski, Hudson Henry, Brian Matiash and I drove out to the Oregon Coast yesterday to photograph Thor’s Well, a well-known landmark (part of Cape Perpetua) that is spectacular at high tide. We had hoped for an epic sunset–which wasn’t to be–but we still had a great time. I’d go into more detail, but Hudson has an excellent recap on his blog about our exploits here, so pop over there for more photos and fun.
It was quite a day. We started out at Oneonta Gorge with wetsuits and dry bags to shoot the lower falls, and then high-tailed it out to the coast for sunset, getting back home and to bed after 1 a.m. I’m still working through images, but it felt good to be back out with a camera in my hand. (I see that Matt has already posted his keeper from the Oneonta shoot; mine will probably go up in the next couple of days.)
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Love it!!!! When did you find a moment that one of us wasn’t mucking about in your way for that shot???
Man, if that doesn’t sound like an awesome day…you guys must have had a blast. Great shot, my friend. Going to print this one?
a stunning sky backdrop even without the fiery sunset.