Monday, November 4, 2013

Heceta Head Trail, Hobbit Trail, Beach near Washburne State Park

As the day was coming to a close after visiting Heceta Head Lighthouse. We headed back along the trail towards the Hobbit Trail To be at the beach to watch the son set. As we were heading back I had decided to not take any more photos until we got to the beach. There was one scene that we walked across that I knew was one of those shots that you just had to take. The sun was shining through the trees horizontally and had an appearance of a lighthouse light. It was so beautiful! It was amazing! I looked at my wife and I must have done it with a piteous look. I had said that I would not take any more photos till we got to the beach. When I looked at her she said, "Take a picture." It was not granting me permission but rather a command. We both knew that what we were seeing was not easily replicated It was just one of those things you have to be in the right place at the right time.

Because of the delay we missed the sun setting while we were at the beach but we both thought it was worth it. Instead of going down the Hobbit Trail we went to the beach entrance at Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park. We enjoyed the beach as well and I got some lovely dusk photos. Some of the photos has a longer exposure so it made the waves nice and smooth. It was a great day for photos. It was a relaxing enjoyable day. Superb!

Light Though Trees Like a Lightouse

Shadow of the woods

My wife posing/waiting for me

Trail heading back from Heceta Head Lighthouse

2 photo panorama - Light Through Trees

Beach at Dusk

Beach at Dusk

Beach at Dusk

Beach at Dusk

Beach and Footprints at Dusk

Beach at Dusk

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