There is no doubt that Bandon Beach is one of the most photogenic beaches on the Oregon Coast. What makes it even more so is all of the access points and views it provides. Most visitors spend the majority of their time at Face Rock State Park, where you can stand above the sea stacks looking down at them or climb down the stairs and walk among them depending on the tide. Many are unaware that there is another great spot down the road at Coquille Point. There you can look south toward the sea stacks below the state park or go down the stairs to the beach. Photos from there provide this different perspective to stacks. I took this photo as I was descending the stairs to the beach.