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Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Wednesday

Hey Everyone!

I don't normally post on Wednesday but, I had to go to the store this AM and took some photos. 

Leaving my house, pretty foggy this AM.
 
All over town there are Tsunami routes.
We have been in 1 Tsunami evacuation since we moved here.
Not fun.

 
When I say I live on sand, I am not kidding. This is a dune right on the road to the store.
This is where the Siuslaw river meets the Pacific
Sometimes whales come up the river. Not today though.
When the fog lifts you see more sand dunes.
The road runs along the river into town.
 On the other side of the road are the seaside trees that just get beaten by the wind.

Well that is some of my surroundings. 
Wishing everyone a great day.

 

No Matter What Your State or Country Says Be Safe Out There And Protect Yourself. Not Everyone Without A Mask Is Vaccinated. 

Nicole/DVArtist 
Honor and integrity in art, in life. 
beadwright.com

13 comments:

  1. I doubt anyone likes fog but hey, what can you do? 🤷‍♂️

    Looks like it was kinda messy 😏

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  2. Boa tarde Nicole. As fotos ficaram maravilhosas.

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  3. You live in a beautiful place, even if it is windy! Valerie

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  4. Somewhat eerie looking surroundings! Is there any of the western fire smoke mixed in that fog?

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  5. It is a gorgeous coastline but it's not hard to imagine the damage a tsunami could do rolling from the Pacific. The coastline of Oregon might change in a hurry.

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  6. What an amazing magical place to live, to live so close and among true wild nature, the threat of natures power is frightening but it keeps ones spirit alive I think. 👍❤️

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  7. I remember one year I was in San Diego when the fog rolled in. It was like a blanket and very hard to describe until you live through it. Quite an experience, especially where you live. Those sand dunes could be dangerous if there ever is a tsunami where you live. I really enjoyed these foggy photos, though. Your photos showed fog perfectly.

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  8. I would want more sunny days. But here on this mountain I want more rainy days, lol. Just can't please us, huh.
    xx, Carol

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  9. It is great to see these photos. You do live right on the sand for sure. Does it ever get blown into the road? These are great photos Nicole. hugs-Erika

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  10. I've never seen surroundings like that. So different from anything I've ever seen. I can't imagine whales!

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  11. Great photos ~ love the fog! Xo

    Living in the moment,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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