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Old 10-08-2010, 11:52 AM
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The only thing I can remember about the spot is fog, a ship wreck and sand that looked like somebody had sprinkled glitter in it. Is the sand extra sparkly/reflective on this beach?

There are many shipwrecks along/on the Oregon Coast. I've seen the sand sparkle in the sunlight at several coastal locations. It's hard to say. The one pictured above is a popular attraction on the northern coast.

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The contrast in of those buckets against the sand is pretty slick. The lighting really makes them pop.
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When I saw those buckets, it was if they were yelling to have their picture taken.

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Here are a couple more snapshots.







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It's been a while since I've posted any coastal photos, so here's a few I took one day this Spring at a tide pool on the Oregon Coast.








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