Monday, January 25, 2010

Haystack Rock, Oregon Coast

According to Wikipedia, Haystack Rock is a 235-foot (72-meter) tall monolith (or sea stack) on the Oregon coast in the northwestern United States, the third-tallest such "intertidal" (meaning it can be reached by land) structure in the world.

9 comments:

afv said...

Scenic and so serene.

Dina said...

A sea stack! What a great name.
Makes you wonder how it got there.
Very impressive.

Ann said...

Stunningly beautiful coastline. I really like the haze from the seaspray.

USelaine said...

I love these formations. We have some smaller ones down here too.

lizziviggi said...

I just was there this summer, and didn't get nearly such a good picture! I love the silhouetted figures-- they add perspective and beauty.

Petrea said...

This was a favorite spot of my mother's. I like your shot of it very much.

Rachel B said...

beautiful! cant wait to visit Oregon and see sites like this!

Anonymous said...

Just curious, would you consider selling us a print of this photo or emailing us the picture? This is where we conceived our son, Cannon, and have not been back since. Our email is ttthiel@msn.com Thanks!

Amir said...

Really excelent photo.
beautiful reflect and scene.