Distributary channels near Tillamook
Tillamook Bay is incredibly shallow --it has an average depth of only six feet, at high tide! When the tide goes out, much of the bay is exposed as tidal flat, large areas of mud interrupted by the occasional tidal channel. This aerial photo shows the mouth of Hall Slough as it forms a delta and gradually merges with the tidal flats.
I love getting up in the air to shoot photos! I'm lucky because I have a few friends who have pilots licenses --and who on occasion take me up with them.
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