I took this photo this past Thursday when Mme. Ross and I went beach-hopping around coastal Oregon. We walked down a boardwalk path from the parking lot to the sand through a green corridor of old growth, which opened out onto the sand, but not without having to step over a couple of driftwood logs that might have washed up in the tide.
The larger of these made a convenient spot for some little girl’s pink sweater, keeping it off of the sand and giving it a place to showcase its personality with a bright splash of color against the neutral tones of the Oregon beach.
Hey Rob….I have been MIA from the blog world for a while but just have to say I am loving the new look of your site! Bravo! And I’m stoked for you that you’re getting closer to the surf!! Cheers! Karen
Thanks Karen, I’ve been missing the Wahines!
I love this, even the angle that its taken at gives it great perspective. The contrast between the wood and the little pink cardy makes it really stand out. Great job 🙂
That’s a great observation, thanks!
Such great images — and details about your adventures — certainly makes for interesting reading, and room for the imagination to wonder and wander 🙂
Love the shot!