Haystack Love, Cannon Beach


I hope you enjoy my latest image on Monochromia of this remarkable beach on the Oregon coast.

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Haystack Rock, Photography, Oregon, Black and White, Monochrome, Fujifilm X-T2 Haystack Love

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38 comments

  1. Fabulous shot…certainly reminds us of how small we are….

  2. Been there many a time. Nicely done!

  3. Beautiful atmosphere, mood, composition, light….The silhouettes add a bit of drama and mystery, too. I love it!

  4. I photo’d a wedding there years ago. What a great place. I like your photograph Jane, b&w caught a mood that day, well done.

  5. The large foreground shows just a few waves of the sea (or the ocean) I really like the presence of two characters that we see in the distance. On the other hand, the big rock could “seem” to come out of the ground little by little and seems to move even more towards the sky and the clouds

  6. Very striking, Jane, and beautiful processing; sent into orbit by the presence of the people. A 🙂

  7. You’ve captured a lovely scene – who wouldn’t be happy here?!

  8. Wow, excellent capture, Jane. You really have a superb eye. ❤

  9. Love the B&W here. Gives the impression of a gray day, the lull before the storm with big waves rolling in.

  10. Really nice, Jane.

  11. hi jane, wonderful picture, with the two people, this photo makes something special.
    greetings robert

  12. Haystack love indeed, but it’s the clouds that I’m admiring. Creamy clouds.

  13. Looks familiar. . . is that from the Goonies? Among other movies I think. . .

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