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Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the Oregon's most spectacular beaches and coves.
Experience the many moods of California's famed Big Sur, with its dramatic vistas and shimmering coastline.
Sink into a deep relaxed state as you experience the beauty of the sun setting into the vast Pacific Ocean.
What Pacific Coast provides, as is the case with virtually all of the Living Landscapes series, is some ravishing shots of its subject matter. There is probably nothing more hypnotic than watching (and listening to) the ocean, and Pacific Coast obviously provides that in spadesThere's really an amazing variety of scenes included here, including some unusual for the series slow motion shots of water exploding against a craggy shore.
one of the more astounding scenes is of the setting sun literally bathing the ocean in deep reds and oranges, making the water look more like flames than liquidAlong with the water scenes, we're greeted by the calls of gulls and other seabirds as they catch the ocean currents and alight over the water's edge. --Blu-ray.com website
Shipped quickly and arrived in great shape. Beautiful. Thanks.Published 5 months ago by Johnica Heer
Hi Guys, I bought this series, 4 Blu rays, for one friend in Brazil. I opened one just to see if was good enough, also I bought more 20 Blu rays of others series, like Scenic... Read morePublished on November 9, 2010 by Whander P. Medeiros
Incredible video of the Pacific coast that you can watch again and again. The ultimate virtual vacation of relaxing natural sounds and crashing ocean waves that provides a calming... Read morePublished on September 30, 2010 by GregC
The Living Landscapes Blu Ray series is an interesting series of what could be considered "living wallpapers". Read morePublished on March 5, 2010 by K. B. Emmerling
Don't waste your money buying this landscape stuff. It's boring, they leave the camera on one spot for too, too long. I will never buy landscape stuff again.Published on February 24, 2010 by Ken