Haystack Rock, Cannon Beach
Haystack Rock is the centerpiece of Cannon Beach, a giant rock out in the water, attracting birds of all stripes at all hours, especially puffins. Photographed on the Sony RX10III camera by Jefferson Graham.
Cannon Beach at low tide
The tides at Cannon Beach change the look of the waterfront in the evening and morning, flowing in and out, leaving an astonishing stretch of sand and rocks when they flow out, a time worth checking out when visiting. They leave behind tidepools and puddles that fascinate the child in all of us. Photograph by Jefferson Graham on an iPhone 7+, with filtering on Adobe Lightroom Mobile.
Walking in Cannon Beach
Walking along the shores of Cannon Beach, Oregon on a summer day. Photographed by Jefferson Graham on the Sony RX10III camera.
Cannon Beach @sunset
A little color on a non-foggy evening in Cannon Beach, Oregon. Photographed on the Sony RX10III camera by Jefferson Graham
Evening in Cannon Beach
Down the road
A dog in Hood River
View from a hike
Super-heroes in Portland
Haystack Rock Time-lapse
Watch the waters flow in and out, and clouds roll by, on this time-lapse video from Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach, Oregon. Photographed by Jefferson Graham on the GoPro Hero 5 camera.
Near Corvallis, Oregon--an invitation to watch the Total Solar Eclipse from a large rural field. Cost: $40 to park or $85 to park.
A timelapse of the Total Solar Eclipse, from the dock of the Clearwater Restaurant in Newport, Oregon, on August 21, 2017.. This was the first land-based place stargazers could see the eclipse when it hit the United States. Photographed by USA TODAY's Jefferson Graham on the GoPro Hero 5 camera.