|Carol Enyart, ©2016|
|Birds and Sea Stacks. Andrew Kaplan, ©2016|
After lunch we visited Will Dixon and his gracious wife Betsy in their lovely home perched near a cliff on overlooking the Pacific at Cape Meares. Will is a master wood carver who often works in the traditions of the Native Northwest woodcarvers, as well as carving some of his own lovely imaginary creations. He is also and noted author.
|Will Dixon. Kira Bartlett, ©2016|
We then headed to the Bayocean area to explore the beach and the cliffs on the north end of Cape Meares. The persistent fog finally came ashore to this lovely beach, but we were treated to some beautiful light before the fog descended.
|Cape Meares Mist, Katrina Gustafson, ©2016|
The advent of seeing a sunset was not be, as the heavy fog moved in. After a very busy day, we decided to have a relaxing evening inside!
A collection of participant photographs from this workshop can be seen here>>