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Wreck of Peter Iredale 0706 by photoguy17 Wreck of Peter Iredale 0706 by photoguy17
Wreck of the Peter Iredale photographed at low tide on the north coast of Oregon.
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IElioI Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2007  Professional Photographer
Marvellous picture. I would like a more view of a window...
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photoguy17 Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2007
Thank you!

RC
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kindlight Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2007
That's great.. I love the way the gulls are all standing around discussing the situation.
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photoguy17 Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2007
Thank you!

Yup... probably wondering when those silly humans were going to finally get around to cleaning up their beach.
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Lelleean Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2007
Where on the North Coast is this?? Very Cool, would love to visit!!
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photoguy17 Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2007
Go to the Fort Stevens State Park area, west of Astoria... should be plenty of signs to follow. The old structures at Fort Stevens are pretty interesting too.
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Lelleean Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2007
Astoria? is that N of Portland on the coast or straight across?? Sounds very cool, thanks!
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photoguy17 Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2007
Pretty much as far north on the Oregon coast as you can get, right at the mouth of the Columbia River. I just pulled out the road atlas and the little town west of Astoria is Warrenton. Fort Stevens State Park is on the little spit of land to the north of Warrenton. Once you get to Fort Stevens State Park, there are signs to direct you to the various points of interest, including the wreck of the Peter Iredale. Try to time it so that you'll be there at low tide and that way you'll get the best views from any angle that you might want to see it from.
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Lelleean Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2007
Awesome, thanks soo much for the info, I have had a chance to go to MT Hood, next stop the Oregon coast. Should I wait till the summer or is it ok to go in the winter, as far as the weather goes?
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photoguy17 Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2007
You're welcome. Sometimes winter works very well at the coast, as long as it isn't raining. I took my photos there at the end of February and it was a beautiful day.
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