The photo in yesterday’s post was made on a foggy afternoon at Cannon Beach, Oregon.
The next day, the skies opened up and the sun shone on Cannon Beach’s iconic Haystack Rock. But there was still just enough fog lingering behind the rock to give the photo lots of mood.
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I found a spot where I could use a low angle to get some nice round rocks in the foreground to add depth to the scene.
Both this photo and yesterday’s photo were made with my Sony NEX6 and the 18-55mm lens.
Laurie MacBride says
I love both of these photos, Anne – not sure which I prefer of the two!
Mary @ Green Global Travel says
Beautiful photo! It’s very surreal, almost like you could be on another planet! Thanks for sharing it!
Great angle on that! I usually take a shot from further up the beach. Were the rocks down by the river? It must have been low tide when you went there because they’re usually covered in sand.
I graduated from the UO. I love the Oregon Coast. You do beautiful work, Anne. I could look at your shots all day.