Face Rock scenic park must be on every landscape photographer’s shot list. Every night there were at least twenty tripods set up. Not surprisingly, I was the only one who was photographing a dog. Which I never feel too weird about until I realized people stopping to watch the red dog fetch as I tried unsuccessfully to get the perfect jumping silhouette shot.
People love Riley and always tell me on what a beautiful dog he is. A lady even complimented me on his speed. He loves the attention and will lean in to charm him way to more pets. Or if he’s lucky, anyone else to throw his ball. .
There is a reason Yachats is called the 'gem of the Oregon Coast' 😍 it is unlike any other coastal village!
Nestled between deep emerald forests and an endless sparkling ocean, packed with incredible outdoor adventures to be had, and fun local sights to see!
Fish the rocky shores, or visit the strongest lit lighthouse on the coast, just down the road!
Head out on an early morning, foggy hike off the Cape, and soak up those late Summer sunset vibes in the evening!
Beauty and good times abound, when you #visityachats !
💙🌲🌊 Head on over to yachats.org for local events, and more info to help plan your perfect trip!
Daydreaming about my beloved Siuslaw Forest.. 🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲 I can't wait to get back out to the coast again!! 🌊🧜♀️ All of the magic and inspiration I gather there is infused in each piece of art that I make! 🔮✨💖
There's just no place like the Pacific Northwest!!! 💫