We stayed six nights at the Bandon Beach Motel in Bandon, Oregon on a cliff overlooking one of the most enchanting, mesmerizing pieces of coastline I have ever discovered.
I shot Bandon Beach at sunrise and sunset, high tide and low tide, foggy and sunny, peaceful and menacing, from cliff side and from surf side. I became absolutely addicted
to shooting it and unable to stop myself getting another few frames from a different angle. Like every ten minutes. I shot nearly 4,000 frames in 16 days. It’s possible half
those were of this beach. Okay, that’s a slight exaggeration.
At one point I said to Jeremy (after a particularly long sunset shoot), “I can’t stop shooting those rocks! I think I may need help!” He said, “I’m helping!” as he clicked off his last few dozen frames. Thanks Jer!
Here are 25 shots of Bandon Beach that really rock!
Okay, this is my favorite post so far. LOVE this set of fotos!
My favorites are the ones with the sunset. I love the contrast of the colors. But the one that made me smile was Boscoe with that really tall rock beside him. He looked so tiny !!
So pretty – they almost look like your on another planet in some of them. But, the ones with fog are so captivating. Fabulous (*clap, clap, clap), you have a gift!