Last week I posted a photo from Gold Beach, which I picked as my favorite spot on the Oregon Coast. It got me thinking about whether it really is my favorite (it is), so I started to review some of my unedited photos of the coast and decided that there are quite a number of close seconds. This is one of those locations, high up looking south over the coast. I am not sure where I took this photo, but it might have been from the Cape Perpetua Visitors center or perhaps just from the road. Regardless, it is a stellar view that shows the road south toward Florence, with some amazing stops along the way, such as Thor's Well. Not all of the 363 miles of Oregon's coast look like this, but when you are driving along the road, it often seems so.