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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Seagulls at Nye Beach in Newport, Oregon:

I took these a couple of years ago when Cary and I were in Newport:

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Donnie said...

I always love seeing beach photos. I love the shore.

2sweetnsaxy said...

They look so funny lined up like that. Nice shots. I haven't been to the beach in a while. I really need to go.

Boo-Bah said...

I love these pictures because I am so crazy about ses gulls. They are so beautiful. I love the sound they make too. Someone once asked me how could I love them so, he thought they were the dirtiest bird around. He's crazy. I continue to love them. There is something very peaceful about them.

Jessa Irene (Holiday-Haven) said...

So beautiful, I love the beaches of Oregon makes me what to gather everyone up and take a trip down there!

And thanks for your comment, no worries on the twitter thing, just raising awareness where I could for the family.

jeannette said...

Your 3rd pic is my favorite-so care free!
Big beautiful header great comi of snow, sun and shadows: is that a beaver dam I see in the water? I just posted a beaver dam for Watery Wed.!

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Donnie - thank you! I love it too, but I prefer living in the mountains. I'm so glad that it only takes us 3 1/2 hours to get to the ocean though.

2Sweet - thank you for your comment, and thanks for visiting me. (She is the hostess of Watery Wed.)

Boo-Bah - I'm happy that you enjoyed the seagulls. I like to watch them too. I grew up in Eugene, which is a little over an hour away from the coast. We could always tell when a big storm was at the beach, because all the seagulls would fly over and land in our school yards.

Jessa Irene - you've got that right...that is about the easiest place to take pictures too. I bet your family would really like that! Do you guys ever go to Seaside?

Hi Jeanette - thanks so much for stopping by. #3 is carefree! I think that #1 is romantic, with the couple in the fog.

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