OREGON DUNES AFTER RAIN
The Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area - the largest expanse of coastal sand dunes in North America - stretches nearly 40 miles from Coos Bay, Oregon, to Florence, Oregon.
The day this photo was taken was windy and dry after heavy rainfall the day before. Many areas had fascinating patterns created by the water flowing down the dunes and by erosion as sections of the sand dried and crumbled.
A new EXHIBIT titled OREGON DUNES AFTER RAIN contains additional images.
Canon EOS 5Ds
Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM
DxO® PhotoLab®, Adobe® Camera Raw®, Adobe® Photoshop®
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