Florence, Oregon, is a small town on the Oregon Coast. It’s been a good 25 years or so since we’ve visited, so we thought it was time to check it out again. We’ve enjoyed some great seafood and walked along a beautiful beach in the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. We’re staying in a riverfront hotel on the Siuslaw River, and today we spent a very pleasant afternoon walking through Old Town Florence. Florence is definitely worth a visit!
Back to work next week! New pumpkin design is finished except for the tendrils…so close!!!
This gull is not as cheeky as the parrot(s) in Michelle Weber’s original WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Cheeky post, but it still has its own measure of attitude. At the very least, this gull makes me smile.
The structure of this shell is fascinating to me, and beautiful. It leads me to dream of new knitting designs with cables and ribs and eyelets. Structure, the foundation of a pleasing photograph and a pleasing knit design – no wonder it catches my eye when I find it.
Playing around with depth of focus is always a lot of fun. While I would love to take a fabulous landscape photo with everything clear and in sharp focus, more often I enjoy switching to a more shallow depth of focus, with the foreground being the subject and the expected subject being blurred.
Last weekend, I spent a couple of beautiful, stunningly clear and warm days happily exploring this fabulous bridge and the area around it. It’s a lovely bridge and I had a happy time searching for different views of it – from the North, from the South, walking across it, directly beneath it, through foliage…
Shell Mountain at The Fish Peddler in Bay City, Oregon. It’s always an impressive sight when driving along the 101 on the Oregon Coast. I learned that the best shells are replanted and reseeded in the company’s oyster beds to provide for continued sustainability. Pretty remarkable!