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With the advent of radar, GPS and other advanced navigation tools, lighthouses no longer need to perform the same function they once did; guiding ships to safety. Instead, they have been preserved as historic monuments; reminding us of a time when shipping and sailing were more perilous activities. The Tillamook Head Lighthouse is located near Tillamook, Oregon, USA.

The Brown Pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis) is a very large prehistoric looking bird that is found on the Atlantic, Pacific and Gulf coasts of North America. The brown pelican feeds by diving into the water, scooping up fish and then emptying its pouch of water before swallowing its prey. This brown pelican pair is preening on a rock at Heceta Beach in Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park, Oregon, USA.

The Canada goose (Branta canadensis) is a large goose with a black head and neck, white cheeks, white under its chin, and a brown body. It is native to the arctic and temperate regions of North America. These geese were photographed on the Pacific Ocean beach in Rockaway, Oregon, USA.

With the advent of radar, GPS and other advanced navigation tools, lighthouses no longer need to perform the same function they once did; guiding ships to safety. Instead, they have been preserved as historic monuments; reminding us of a time when shipping and sailing were more perilous activities. The Yaquina Head Lighthouse is located north of Newport, Oregon, USA.

With the advent of radar, GPS and other advanced navigation tools, lighthouses no longer need to perform the same function they once did; guiding ships to safety. Instead they have been preserved as historic monuments; reminding us of a time when shipping and sailing were more perilous activities. The Yaquina Head Lighthouse is located north of Newport, Oregon, USA.

The landscapes and seascapes of the Pacific Coast are a constant source of inspiration for photographers. This picture of Heceta Head in the fog was photographed from Heceta Beach at Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park near Florence, Oregon, USA.

The famous Haystack Rock and nearby Needles are basalt monoliths formed some 15-16 million years ago by lava flows emanating from the Blue Mountains and Columbia Basin. Haystack Rock is also one of the most identifiable rock formations on the Pacific Coast. Haystack Rock and the Needles were photographed from a wildflower meadow at Ecola Point State Park near Cannon Beach, Oregon, USA.

The famous Haystack Rock and nearby Needles are basalt monoliths formed some 15-16 million years ago by lava flows emanating from the Blue Mountains and Columbia Basin. Haystack Rock is also one of the most identifiable rock formations on the Pacific Coast. Haystack Rock and the Needles were photographed from a wildflower meadow at Ecola Point State Park near Cannon Beach, Oregon, USA.

The Purple Sailor Jellyfish (Velella velella) is a free-floating hydrozoan that lives on the surface of the ocean. They are usually deep blue in color with a small ridge on their back. This ridge acts as a sail that propels them over the surface of the sea. Under certain wind conditions, they can end up dying by the thousand on beaches. The velella is carnivorous and feeds on plankton which it catches with tentacles that hang down in the water. This velella was photographed on the Pacific Ocean beach at Rockaway Beach, Oregon, USA.

The famous Haystack Rock and nearby Needles are basalt monoliths formed some 15-16 million years ago by lava flows emanating from the Blue Mountains and Columbia Basin. Haystack Rock is also one of the most identifiable rock formations on the Pacific Coast. Haystack Rock and the Needles are in Cannon Beach, Oregon, USA.

The National Wildlife Refuges are great places to view and photograph wildlife. Often, the natural beauty of these treasured places can be more inspiring than the wildlife that live there. Some of the best landscape pictures are often taken at wildlife refuges. This seascape was photographed at the Three Arch Rocks National Wildlife Refuge near Tillamook, Oregon, USA.

With the advent of radar, GPS and other advanced navigation tools, lighthouses no longer need to perform the same function they once did; guiding ships to safety. Instead they have been preserved as historic monuments; reminding us of a time when shipping and sailing were more perilous activities. The Cape Meares Lighthouse is located at Cape Meares State Park near Tillamook, Oregon, USA.

The famous Haystack Rock and nearby Needles are basalt monoliths formed some 15-16 million years ago by lava flows emanating from the Blue Mountains and Columbia Basin. Haystack Rock is also one of the most identifiable rock formations on the Pacific Coast. Haystack Rock and the Needles are in Cannon Beach, Oregon, USA.

The Brown Pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis) is a very large prehistoric looking bird that is found on the Atlantic, Pacific and Gulf coasts of North America. The brown pelican feeds by diving into the water, scooping up fish and then emptying its pouch of water before swallowing its prey. This brown pelican pair is standing on a rock at Heceta Beach in Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park, Oregon, USA.

The Brown Pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis) is a very large prehistoric looking bird that is found on the Atlantic, Pacific and Gulf coasts of North America. The brown pelican feeds by diving into the water, scooping up fish and then emptying its pouch of water before swallowing its prey. This brown pelican pair is preening on a rock at Heceta Beach in Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park, Oregon, USA.

The Brown Pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis) is a very large prehistoric looking bird that is found on the Atlantic, Pacific and Gulf coasts of North America. The brown pelican feeds by diving into the water, scooping up fish and then emptying its pouch of water before swallowing its prey. This brown pelican is standing on a rock at Heceta Beach in Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park, Oregon, USA.

With the advent of radar, GPS and other advanced navigation tools, lighthouses no longer need to perform the same function they once did; guiding ships to safety. Instead they have been preserved as historic monuments; reminding us of a time when shipping and sailing were more perilous activities. The Yaquina Head Lighthouse is located north of Newport, Oregon, USA.

With the advent of radar, GPS and other advanced navigation tools, lighthouses no longer need to perform the same function they once did; guiding ships to safety. Instead they have been preserved as historic monuments; reminding us of a time when shipping and sailing were more perilous activities. The Yaquina Head Lighthouse is located north of Newport, Oregon, USA.

The National Wildlife Refuges are great places to view and photograph wildlife. Often, the natural beauty of these treasured places can be more inspiring than the wildlife that live there. Some of the best landscape pictures are often taken at wildlife refuges. This seascape was photographed at the Three Arch Rocks National Wildlife Refuge near Tillamook, Oregon, USA.

With the advent of radar, GPS and other advanced navigation tools, lighthouses no longer need to perform the same function they once did; guiding ships to safety. Instead they have been preserved as historic monuments; reminding us of a time when shipping and sailing were more perilous activities. The Yaquina Head Lighthouse is located north of Newport, Oregon, USA.

With the advent of radar, GPS and other advanced navigation tools, lighthouses no longer need to perform the same function they once did; guiding ships to safety. Instead, they have been preserved as historic monuments; reminding us of a time when shipping and sailing were more perilous activities. The Yaquina Head Lighthouse is located north of Newport, Oregon, USA.

Yaquina Head is a headland extending into the Pacific Ocean on the Oregon Coast. It is managed as a natural area by the United States Bureau of Land Management. In 1980 the United States Congress named the 95 acre headland as an Outstanding Natural Area. The area consists of conifer forests, grassland meadows, bluffs and beaches. At the far end of the headland is the Yaquina Head Lighthouse. This guano covered rock covered with common murre and Brandt's cormorants was photographed at Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area near Newport, Oregon, USA.

The Heceta Head Lighthouse, built in 1894 and on the National Register of Historic Places, is still a working lighthouse. It stands 205 feet above the Pacific Ocean and casts a beam of light 21 miles out to sea. It is said to be one of the most photographed lighthouses in the United States. The Heceta Head Lighthouse is located 13 miles north of Florence, Oregon, USA.

Yaquina Head is a headland extending into the Pacific Ocean on the Oregon Coast. It is managed as a natural area by the United States Bureau of Land Management. In 1980 the United States Congress named the 95 acre headland as an Outstanding Natural Area. The area consists of conifer forests, grassland meadows, bluffs and beaches. At the far end of the headland is the Yaquina Head Lighthouse. This guano covered rock covered with common murre and Brandt's cormorants was photographed at Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area near Newport, Oregon, USA.

The Heceta Head Lighthouse, built in 1894 and on the National Register of Historic Places, is still a working lighthouse. It stands 205 feet above the Pacific Ocean and casts a beam of light 21 miles out to sea. It is said to be one of the most photographed lighthouses in the United States. The Heceta Head Lighthouse is located 13 miles north of Florence, Oregon, USA.

The Heceta Head Lighthouse, built in 1894 and on the National Register of Historic Places, is still a working lighthouse. It stands 205 feet above the Pacific Ocean and casts a beam of light 21 miles out to sea. It is said to be one of the most photographed lighthouses in the United States. The Heceta Head Lighthouse is located 13 miles north of Florence, Oregon, USA.

The Heceta Head Lighthouse, built in 1894 and on the National Register of Historic Places, is still a working lighthouse. It stands 205 feet above the Pacific Ocean and casts a beam of light 21 miles out to sea. It is said to be one of the most photographed lighthouses in the United States. The Heceta Head Lighthouse is located 13 miles north of Florence, Oregon, USA.

With the advent of radar, GPS and other advanced navigation tools, lighthouses no longer need to perform the same function they once did; guiding ships to safety. Instead they have been preserved as historic monuments; reminding us of a time when shipping and sailing were more perilous activities. The Cape Meares Lighthouse is located at Cape Meares State Park near Tillamook, Oregon, USA.

The Heceta Head Lighthouse, built in 1894 and on the National Register of Historic Places, is still a working lighthouse. It stands 205 feet above the Pacific Ocean and casts a beam of light 21 miles out to sea. It is said to be one of the most photographed lighthouses in the United States. The Heceta Head Lighthouse is located 13 miles north of Florence, Oregon, USA.

The Heceta Head Lighthouse, built in 1894 and on the National Register of Historic Places, is still a working lighthouse. It stands 205 feet above the Pacific Ocean and casts a beam of light 21 miles out to sea. It is said to be one of the most photographed lighthouses in the United States. The Heceta Head Lighthouse is located 13 miles north of Florence, Oregon, USA.

The Heceta Head Lighthouse, built in 1894 and on the National Register of Historic Places, is still a working lighthouse. It stands 205 feet above the Pacific Ocean and casts a beam of light 21 miles out to sea. It is said to be one of the most photographed lighthouses in the United States. The Heceta Head Lighthouse is located 13 miles north of Florence, Oregon, USA.

The Heceta Head Lighthouse, built in 1894 and on the National Register of Historic Places, is still a working lighthouse. It stands 205 feet above the Pacific Ocean and casts a beam of light 21 miles out to sea. It is said to be one of the most photographed lighthouses in the United States. The Heceta Head Lighthouse is located 13 miles north of Florence, Oregon, USA.

The Heceta Head Lighthouse, built in 1894 and on the National Register of Historic Places, is still a working lighthouse. It stands 205 feet above the Pacific Ocean and casts a beam of light 21 miles out to sea. It is said to be one of the most photographed lighthouses in the United States. The Heceta Head Lighthouse is located 13 miles north of Florence, Oregon, USA.

The Heceta Head Lighthouse, built in 1894 and on the National Register of Historic Places, is still a working lighthouse. It stands 205 feet above the Pacific Ocean and casts a beam of light 21 miles out to sea. It is said to be one of the most photographed lighthouses in the United States. The Heceta Head Lighthouse is located 13 miles north of Florence, Oregon, USA.

The Heceta Head Lighthouse, built in 1894 and on the National Register of Historic Places, is still a working lighthouse. It stands 205 feet above the Pacific Ocean and casts a beam of light 21 miles out to sea. It is said to be one of the most photographed lighthouses in the United States. The Heceta Head Lighthouse is located 13 miles north of Florence, Oregon, USA.

The Heceta Head Lighthouse, built in 1894 and on the National Register of Historic Places, is still a working lighthouse. It stands 205 feet above the Pacific Ocean and casts a beam of light 21 miles out to sea. It is said to be one of the most photographed lighthouses in the United States. The Heceta Head Lighthouse is located 13 miles north of Florence, Oregon, USA.

The Purple Sailor Jellyfish (Velella velella) is a free-floating hydrozoan that lives on the surface of the ocean. They are usually deep blue in color with a small ridge on their back. This ridge acts as a sail that propels them over the surface of the sea. Under certain wind conditions, they can end up dying by the thousand on beaches. The velella is carnivorous and feeds on plankton which it catches with tentacles that hang down in the water. This velella was photographed on the Pacific Ocean beach at Rockaway Beach, Oregon, USA.

The Heceta Head Lighthouse, built in 1894 and on the National Register of Historic Places, is still a working lighthouse. It stands 205 feet above the Pacific Ocean and casts a beam of light 21 miles out to sea. It is said to be one of the most photographed lighthouses in the United States. The Heceta Head Lighthouse is located 13 miles north of Florence, Oregon, USA.

The Heceta Head Lighthouse, built in 1894 and on the National Register of Historic Places, is still a working lighthouse. It stands 205 feet above the Pacific Ocean and casts a beam of light 21 miles out to sea. It is said to be one of the most photographed lighthouses in the United States. The Heceta Head Lighthouse is located 13 miles north of Florence, Oregon, USA.

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