In last Thursday’s post it was impossible to see the Heceta Head Lighthouse from the beach below. As we drive south on the coast it came into view. Here’s a black and white shot. It was raining at the lighthouse as I took it.
Here’s a longer view of the coast near the lighthouse, a rugged landscape typical of the northern Pacific Coast. This area gets over 70 inches of rain a year, so it was no surprise that hats and rain hoods were necessary.