Saturday’s scene: Oregon beachcombing

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Oregon beachcombing offers active boomer travelers the chance to get out and explore. Who knows what you’ll find on a beach where the sea splashes over rock formations depositing treasures on the shore?

Oregon beachcombing

I captured this scene when Alan attended a one-on-one photography workshop with Marc Adamus. While the two professionals practiced with filters and settings, I walked the beach to see what I could find and discovered a beachcomber looking for sea glass. In Florida, they call this stance the Sanibel stoop.

Did you know that Oregon celebrated 153 years of statehood on February 14, 2012?

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