Sea stacks, those lonely rock sentinels off the coast that punctuate the seascape, are Oregon’s distinctive shoreline features that draw admiring tourists and photographers. They are the remnants of millions of years of erosion of headlands that have unevenly given way to the forces of water. They are no more picturesque than the Three Graces at Tillamook Bay that invite visitors to admire and ponder their formations. We happened to be there at low tide where we could walk up to them and touch them.
Leave a Reply