Short Sand Creek

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  1. AlanLichty

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    Short Sand Creek runs into the Pacific in Oswald West State Park just south of Cannon Beach, Oregon. This was captured on a rather crisp December morning with occasional snowflakes and icicles along the cliffs down near the beach itself.


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    This shows how dense that rain forest can get, I imagine access is not easy.
     
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    Wow, this is super cool. Seeing the distinct river cascading down through the middle of the forest like that gives this a feel of peeking into the forest as opposed to there not being a river and all there is would be trees and stuff. That river really changes the perspective.
     
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