The dramatic king tide covers the beach and crashes against
the rocks and cliff at Coquille Point in Bandon.
The retreating tide left a soft mirror surface to reflect
the evening clouds.
The lower sun and winter light gave a touch of gold to the incoming waves at Bandon Beach.
This view is from Bandon’s South Jetty up the river toward Old Town. The tide was receding, exposing the mud flats.
A light coastal mist shrouded the beach homes on the hill above the creek mouth and sent a diffused light to sparkle on the sand patterns left from the last high tide.
Chickens are a common, yet delightful farm subject. I like
this mosaic effect of looking through the fencing wire at
the chickens as they check me out.
This is that place on a farm where old junk is stored. The
plastic hobby horse glowed from the sunshine behind it as it
galloped through the trees. The window made a great
counterpoint catching the reflections of the sky and trees.