Friday, August 5, 2016

Oregon Lighthouse #2

The Heceta Head light is 12 miles north of Florence on the Oregon Coast. Built in 1894 it stands 205 feet high in the 1000 ft. Heceta Head trail from Devil's Elbow State Park.



This one had a path to reach the top of the hill above the sea, so we trudged up the hill along the fence.


The picture below was taken through the trees before we arrived at the top, and it is one of my favorite shots.


Traveling on down the highway, we took this shot looking back. Kinda cool, right?


Hope you are enjoying the tour of lighthouses along the Oregon coast. Have a fabulous weekend. I'll be attending my granddaughter's baby shower this Saturday in Illinois. 

Linda Kay

14 comments:

Tom said...

Such a lovely setting.

eViL pOp TaRt said...

That is a great setting for a lighthouse!

Lea said...

Beautiful photos!
I hope it is cooler in Illinois than down here in Mississippi. We are still hitting the high 90s
Have a great week-end!

Karen S. said...

A lovely spot for a lighthouse!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

Very cool place.

Lin Floyd said...

I've been there-just beautiful...

Gosia k said...

great location of the lighthouse

eileeninmd said...

Hello, Oregon has some beautiful lighthouses. I love the last shot!

Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

Linda W. said...

One of my favorite lighthouses in Oregon, I've visited many times!

Mike said...

Love the last picture.

William Kendall said...

What a beautiful setting for a lighthouse!

Kailani said...

That is just beautiful! How lucky you are to have seen it/be near it.

The Furry Gnome said...

Yes, always like the lighthouses.

Lowcarb team member said...

Wow, that last picture is simply amazing.
Enjoy your grand-daughter's baby shower.

All the best Jan

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