Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistMark Goff CollectionForSale
Description These two seastacks just south of Haystack rock are known as the 'Haystack Needles.' This picture was taken just as the sun dipped beneath the horizon. As the tide retreated and left a thin layer of water, I was able to capture this reflection in the beach. Cannon Beach, a city in Clatsop County, Oregon, United States, is an tourist resort destination, popular in Pacific Northwest located on highway 101. In 1846, a cannon from the US Navy schooner Shark washed ashore just north of Arch Cape, a few miles to the south of Elk Creek, the current Cannon Beach. The schooner was wrecked while attempting to cross the Columbia Bar, also known as the 'Graveyard of the Pacific' because of the danger of the bar. The beach was renamed 'Cannon Beach.'
Mark Goff, Seattle Member Since October 2007 Artist Statement Welcome. As a photographer I'm never satisfied to simply record what I see. Instead I try to convey the experience of being in a special place at a special moment. I hope these images will invoke in you some of what I felt during the process of creation.
Recently I've decided to only make my images available as handcrafted prints made in my home studio. Many of thes are available for sale at http://www.markgoffimages.com. Photographs on imagekind have been marked for display only with the exception of select prints available as open editions. These are in the For Sale gallery.
I am a software developer, painter, and photographer. I have been pursuing photography seriously for the past 6 years. Although I still love painting, photography gets me out into the world and is compatible with my favorite pastimes of traveling and hiking.