The Oregon coast consists of over 300 miles of coastline from the southern border near Brookings to the northern border with Washington State. Known for its rocky outcroppings, majestic rock formations jutting out of the sea, and wild, windy beaches, the area is characterized by immense natural beauty.
I found the geological formations along the Oregon coast to be perfect for my photomontage technique, allowing for beautiful visual panoramas in my work. The variation of colors in the ocean pebbles, rocks, and boulders, made for interesting subject matter.
Sea cliffs, beaches, and rocks combine in my images to provide the viewer with a visual feast for the eyes. I was particularly attracted to the large rocks and boulders jutting out of the water, some offshore, some entrenched in the sandy beaches.