Sunday, July 6, 2008

High Summer in Lincoln City

The sun was nowhere to be seen over the 4th of July in Lincoln City, but I think the sun is overrated anyway. I'd rather stare at the sea even if I have to do so through a scroll of fog and mist.



 

A few miles south in Newport, the skies were even soupier.

 

 

I'll be picking sand out of crevices for the next several days, but it was totally worth it.

2 comments:

Martin R. said...

Ah, the sea is fascinating in all weathers. I particularly like it when there is more cloud than sun and there's a brisk breeze blowing, a deserted beach, no one else in sight. I liked the photographs here also - the composition on numbers 3 and 5 is particularly pleasing.

Dale said...

Thanks, Martin. I sometimes blunder into taking a nice photo or two. In this case the setting makes it pretty easy.