Cape Arago on the Oregon Coast. Hiked down to the rock shelf at mid-tide while my wife stood watch to help me dodge incoming waves periodically. Positioned to try and mirror the shape of the clouds in the exposed tide pool and to catch the sky color in the tide pool reflection as well. If you look carefully you can see green sea anemones in the tide pool.
Please look at some of my other work too here and on my website and Facebook page for Robert Bynum Photography. Thank you FAA for the homepage posting!
"Capturing Light By Our Creator"
Landscape photographer based on the Oregon Coast. Born in Los Angeles, CA in the 60's but brought to Oregon in the 1970's when my parents escaped from LA. Grew up in the small town of Bandon, Oregon near some of the most amazing sections of coastline in the USA. Started taking pictures as a boy and my parents encouraged me. They helped me buy a Pentax SLR, and later an Olypus SLR and a Vivitar Enlarger in high school. My parents eventually tired of the smell of developer, stop-bath, and fixer in the house (how many remember those smells?) and my dad taught me how to build as we constructed a separate darkroom building, complete with hot and cold running water. I spent a lot of time in that darkroom...
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