Beautiful Sunset over the Pacific Ocean


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Sunset

In late March we stayed on the Oregon Coast north of Depoe Bay.

An interesting event occurred on the last night of our visit. The sky was extremely clear.

I took a series of photos of the sun setting into the ocean. It was truly a spectacular sunset.

What a nice way to spend our last night at the Coast.

The sun going down

The sun setting on the horizon

The sun setting

The sun almost set

The sun has set

The Green Flash!

The Green Flash! (On a previous trip to the Oregon Coast I caught the magical green flash as the sun set into the Pacific Ocean)

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7 comments

  1. John;

    Great photos! And thanks for the Green Flash.

    John B DesCamp jr

    1255 NW Ninth Avenue #516

    Portland OR 97209

    503.780.7743

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  2. I wish there was a ‘LOVE’ button for these pictures. They are all beautiful and sun on the water is among my most joyful memories of youth, when I lived on the coast. So peaceful. 🙂 Thank you for sharing, John!

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  3. The green flash reminds me of Sea of Rust where the event is discussed and has some significance to the lead character. I really had no idea what the book was talking about. Now I do. Your good deed of the day!

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  4. Wow! I can’t believe you caught the green flash! Great series of images.

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