Bowling Ball Beach along California’s Mendocino Coastline by Rick Pisio Photography

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The spherical sandstone concretions on Bowling Ball Beach lie within Schooner Gulch State Beach along the Mendocino coastline in California and can only be seen at low tide.
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Cape Blanco Lighthouse’s Lens

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Glass segments of Cape Blanco Lighthouse's second order Fresnel lens. The Cape Blanco Lighthouse is located near Port Orford along Oregon's southern coast.
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Sea stacks, fog, and surf at Oregon’s Samuel H. Boardman State Park

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Sea stacks, fog, and surf along the Southern Oregon Coast at Samuel H. Boardman State Park
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Sea Life Exposed at Low Tide

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A constellation of starfish and other sea creaturs are reflected in a tidepool at Whaleshead Beach in Southern Oregon. Whaleshead Beach is located 7 miles north of Brookings, Oregon, within Samuel H. Boardman State Park.
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A constellation of starfish

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A constellation of starfish clinging to a rock are exposed at low tide on Rainbow Rock Beach in Brookings, Oregon
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Double Rainbow at Brookings, Oregon

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A double rainbow above the sea stacks along the Oregon Coast near Brookings, Oregon.
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Striations in the Sand, Brookings, Oregon

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Striations in the sand at Rainbow Rock Beach near Brookings Oregon are exposed at low tide.
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McWay Falls on California’s Big Sur

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McWay Falls in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park is an 80 foot waterfall that flows year-round. McWay Falls is one of only two waterfalls in the region that are close enough to the ocean to be referred to as "tidefalls". It is located on McWay Creek in California's Big Sur.
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Coquille River Lighthouse near Bandon, Oregon

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The Coquille River Lighthouse was commissioned in 1896 to guide mariners across the dangerous bar at the mouth of the Coquille River on the Oregon Coast near Bandon. The lighthouse was decommissioned in 1939, following improvements to the river channel and other navigational aids, and was restored as an interpretive center in 1979.
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Punta Gorda Lighthouse on Northern California’s Lost Coast

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The Punta Gorda Lighthouse on Northern California's Lost Coast overlooks the Pacific Ocean. Located near the town of Petrolia, California, the lighthouse was built in 1912 and decomissioned in 1951 when it was deemed that it was no longer needed.
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