This has always been one of my bucket list locations, ever since seeing Sean Bagshaw’s version of it in his tutorial series (PS buy it) It’s really a special little place down off the rugged coastline of Samuel H. Boardman Scenic Byway, with it’s unique sea stacks, and dark black sand, it’s really hard to make a bad photo here.
I chose a vertical orientation as I really just love composing in portrait. It’s much easier to tone down the noise and clutter and creates a great viewing experience printed large or on the phone.
This image was made while on a workshop with Nick Page back in October 2018. Check out other images from this trip here.