Oregon coast

Sunday at the Oregon Coast

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Something about the front of this Gray Whale reminds me of an alligator!

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This juvenile whale had white on the ends of his dorsal fins and tips of his tail. He was easy to spot!

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While I was prepping for this photo a hummingbird landed on the pink blossom hanging over the cliff… I got so excited, I yelled and scared it away. 🙄

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This shows how close he juveniles will get to shore, it’s crazy!

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We called this guy Barny, he had so many barnacles on his head!

Those are my favorites! Thanks for looking, have a wonderful evening!

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  1. Wow, Lana! So close! Poor Barney- he looks uncomfortable! I have done the same thing with hummingbirds. I sit on my sunporch sometimes and watch the feeder, and I make such a commotion trying to get my camera that I scare them off. 😑 It looks like today was even prettier than yesterday. Just look at that water color! I am super impressed with your day and your pictures! 💗 🐳

    • Thank you so much… with no kids with us today, we had a wonderful time together enjoying the coast with our camera. 😍

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