Spouting Horn, Depoe Bay - 1939


Spouting Horn, Depoe Bay - Eddy

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Still a tourist draw today, this image of Spouting Horn was created by photographer Ralph Eddy as a postcard view in 1939. Also called blowholes, spouting horns are formed when a small opening forms at the top of a sea cave, channeling the force of ocean waves upward into a display that looks very much like a geyser.

-- This photo is restored and printed by Old Oregon from the original negative, courtesy of the Clackamas County Historical Society.

Additional Information

Item Number CC0142
Photographer Ralph Eddy
Location Depoe Bay, Oregon Coast, Lincoln County
Subject Ocean, Rock Formations
Decade 1930s
Print Maker Old Oregon
Original Type Original Negative
Size of Original 4.7 x 6.6 inches
Photographer's Number Number 463