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Secret Beach, Samuel H. Boardman State Park, Brookings, OR, USA [1]
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An overlook of Secret Beach from a high promontory at Samuel H. Boardman State Park, an area of rugged coastline north of Brookings, Oregon.  This particular section has many natural bridge arches underneath the sea stacks & jutting peninsulas.  Here the water was fairly calm at high tide w/ large kelp bundles floating nearby & a few families down below at the beach & small coves.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20756x10378
Taken: 23/07/2017
Uploaded: 23/07/2017
Atualizado: 05/11/2017
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Tags: samuel h boardman; state park; oregon; oregon coast; pacific ocean; cliffs; sea; island; sea stacks; secret beach; state scenic corridor; kelp bundles
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