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Ken McDougal

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Heceta Head Lighthouse at Sunrise

It took me two years to get this angle of the Heceta Head Lighthouse at sunrise. I had to scale up the back side of a steep hill and there is no railing to hold on to. On the other side is a steep drop and the Pacific Ocean. I had to wait for the perfect weather conditions to be right. On the morning I got it, there was no wind, it was 60 degrees and the shrubs had been cut away all the way down to the base rock. I used the rocks to hang on to as I slowly ascended to where I needed to be. Good thing I had my super wide angle lens or this would have been a bust.

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Canon EOS REBEL T1i

EF-S10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM
Aperture
f/11.0
Exposure
1/60
ISO
400
Flash
16
  • Image type: image/jpeg
  • Exposure: 1/60
  • Resolution: 72/1
  • Created: 23rd February 2016
  • Uploaded: 18th October 2019
  • Category: Buildings
  • Views: 44
  • Likes: 15



  • Rangewoman_Inc
    1 month ago
    Wonderful scenery – the lighthouse with those little buildings surrounding it. Shared this one too.
    • Ken McDougal
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      1 month ago
      Thanks. It took two years to get the right weather conditions to get that angle. Thanks for sharing my work also. Glad you enjoy it.