One of my favorite places to watch the sun go down in the entire Pacific Northwest is Fort Stevens, Oregon. The Peter Iredale shipwreck is an iconic location, which also means it attracts a lot of visitors and photographers, especially at sundown. Finding an angle to shoot without a scene filled with other bodies can be challenging, but on this night everything just lined up perfectly and I had a few moments with no one else around. This was a great wat to end the Summer season!
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