Samuel Boardman State Park Sea Stacks
My favorite subject along the Southern Oregon coast has been these tree topped sea stacks, which are formed when part of a headland is eroded by the force of the sea crashing against the rock, over time forming free-standing stacks and islands. Many of these vantage points are completely inaccessible, obscured by towering pines just before the sheer cliff face drops off hundreds of feet into the rocky ocean at the tree line! I couldn't help but think "what a perfect place for a drone", but there are a few vantage points, like this one at Samuel Boardman State Park, taken in the early morning as the sun slowly rose over the trees and eventually illuminated the shoreline.
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