Marvelous picture! YSL.
This is all wrong as of 2006 Goto..http://members.peak.org/~liteons13/
Yeah, the remains of that trolley was still there just off to the right of this picture, but I don't know if it was still usable...
Beach scene near Waldport, Oregon
These waterfront buildings in St. Georges may be threatened by global warming.
Thanks for your comments. The smaller lens opening would provide more depth of field which is often desirable on scenary. I think Ron Cooper (see) has the best idea - he uses a polarizing filter and gets terrific pix. I will have to try that.
By the way, converting to B&W as I previously suggested didn't help.
Dude, looks like the same spot I used to take my picture from there... laughing... maybe we should make a bronze foot-print saying: "Stand here" for perfect picture. Also, a tide table would have been helpful to see the bay full of water. The problem is when low tide; then clear image... high tide; cloudy or raining. -- well, you can't have it all :)
A beautiful, rustic and high-priced resort on Suttle Lake.
Black Butte Ranch, near Sisters, OR.
Mountains in the background are known as the Three Sisters.