Coastal Northwest - Wall Art

The Oregon Coast is completely different from our warm, crystal white and crystal blue-green beaches here in Florida. In the Northwest, the coast is much rougher and wilder, with crashing waves that can bring up whole logs onto the beach (a real danger!), dark blue, moody water, monolithic rock formations extending into the surf, and beaches bordered by high cliffs covered with firs and pines. The beach here is often cold, windy, foggy, and rainy, even in summer. When the tide is out, you'll find tidepools full of interesting critters here (Starfish, Anemones, etc.), and miles of sandy beaches. Oregon does not allow ownership of the beaches, so they are open to everyone along the entire Oregon Coast.

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