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205 years ago
Clatsop County, Oregon, USA
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In January 3, 1806, a stranded whale makes a find for the Killamuck Indians, which trade parts of it to the members of the legendary Lewis and Clark expedition. They name the place after the Chinook word for whale: Ecola.

Ecola Beach wraps around Tillamook Head and features nine miles of Pacific Ocean shoreline. Migrating gray whales can be spotted during the winter and spring season. Worth a reason to go back again.

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Latitude: 45° 55' 6" N
Longitude: 123° 58' 32" W
Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

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Date/Time:
September 17, 2011

Equipment:
Nikon D700, Sigma 8mm f/3.5, PTGui Pro 9.0.4



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