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Pacific Ocean from Port Orford
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A large "OCEAN VIEW" painted on the asphalt on Oregon Street in Port Orford, Oregon led me to this pristine vantage point looking south.  Views of Humbug Mountain & a few sea stacks are characteristic of the South Oregon Coast.

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Subida: 14/05/2012
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