Photographer's Note

Lots of SAND for Kristine.
Back a few months ago, I posted “Window with a View” dedicated blue sky for Barbara and red rocks for Fulvio. When Kristine saw it, Here’s what she said, “well, if Barbara gets the blue sky and Fulvio gets the red rocks, can I PLEASE have the desert sand?” I told her she could have all the sand and that I would throw in some tumble weeds for her too. Because there is really not much sand in that image, so I owe it to her. Therefore this one is for her though not tumble weeds but some weeds as well. Enjoy, Kristine. Blue sky still belongs to Barbara, she needs it when she travel, so it it will not rain on her next destination.

This is taken at sunset, so the colors more red and gold, I don't want you to think that this is the color of the sand. See workshop for a other shots taken earlier.

Wind-sculpted sand dunes towering to 500 feet above sea level provide numerous recreational opportunities including off-highway vehicle use, hiking, photography, fishing, canoeing, horseback riding and camping. Open dunes, marsh-like deflation plains and beaches.

From Florence to Coos Bay, the Oregon Dunes NRA extends for 40 miles along the Oregon Coast. Formed by the ancient forces of wind, water and time, these dunes are like no others in the world. These are the largest expanse of coastal sand dunes in North America and they hold numerous opportunities for adventure and solitude.

This one is taken at John Dellenback Dunes, accessable by 15 munite hike from Eel Creek Campground where we camped.

Window with a View

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