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Twin Rocks Toddler T-Shirt featuring the photograph Twin Rocks 0663 by Kristina Rinell

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Twin Rocks 0663 Toddler T-Shirt

Kristina Rinell

by Kristina Rinell

$22.00

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Carolina Blue

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Product Details

Our toddler t-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton and are available in five different sizes.   All toddler t-shirts are machine washable.

Design Details

Prior to 1925, Twin Rocks was called Profile Rocks until it was changed to avoid a name conflict with another geologic formation in the region. If... more

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1 - 2 business days

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Twin Rocks 0663 Photograph by Kristina Rinell

Photograph

Twin Rocks 0663 Canvas Print

Canvas Print

Twin Rocks 0663 Framed Print

Framed Print

Twin Rocks 0663 Art Print

Art Print

Twin Rocks 0663 Poster

Poster

Twin Rocks 0663 Metal Print

Metal Print

Twin Rocks 0663 Acrylic Print

Acrylic Print

Twin Rocks 0663 Wood Print

Wood Print

Twin Rocks 0663 Greeting Card

Greeting Card

Twin Rocks 0663 iPhone Case

iPhone Case

Twin Rocks 0663 Throw Pillow

Throw Pillow

Twin Rocks 0663 Duvet Cover

Duvet Cover

Twin Rocks 0663 Shower Curtain

Shower Curtain

Twin Rocks 0663 Tote Bag

Tote Bag

Twin Rocks 0663 Round Beach Towel

Round Beach Towel

Twin Rocks 0663 Zip Pouch

Zip Pouch

Twin Rocks 0663 Beach Towel

Beach Towel

Twin Rocks 0663 Weekender Tote Bag

Weekender Tote Bag

Twin Rocks 0663 Portable Battery Charger

Portable Battery Charger

Twin Rocks 0663 Bath Towel

Bath Towel

Twin Rocks 0663 T-Shirt

Apparel

Twin Rocks 0663 Coffee Mug

Coffee Mug

Twin Rocks 0663 Yoga Mat

Yoga Mat

Twin Rocks 0663 Spiral Notebook

Spiral Notebook

Twin Rocks 0663 Fleece Blanket

Fleece Blanket

Twin Rocks 0663 Tapestry

Tapestry

Twin Rocks 0663 Jigsaw Puzzle

Jigsaw Puzzle

Twin Rocks 0663 Sticker

Sticker

Twin Rocks 0663 Ornament

Ornament

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Comments (85)

Debby Pueschel

Debby Pueschel

This is such a cool photo Kristina! FLTw

Nicklas Gustafsson

Nicklas Gustafsson

Beautiful picture!

Steve Henderson

Steve Henderson

A beautiful sight by the sea. l/f/tw

Terry Davis

Terry Davis

Congratulations on the special feature in the 1000 group!

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Terry :-)

Christopher James

Christopher James

One of your peers nominated this image in the 1000 views Groups nominated images by your fellow artist in the Special Features #8 promotion discussion. Please visit and pass on the love to another artist.

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Christopher :-)

Robert Bales

Robert Bales

Revisited this beautiful presentation!! v/f/t

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Robert :-)

HH Photography of Florida

HH Photography of Florida

Revisiting this gorgeous beach scene, Kristina. Nominated for a SPECIAL FEATURE in the 1000 Views On 1 Image group. l/g+

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Helen :-))

Robert Bales

Robert Bales

Great composition with the beach, waves, and then the rocks!! Very nicely done Kristina!! v/f/t

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Robert :-)

Jasna Dragun

Jasna Dragun

Revisiting and share. Fb

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Jasna :-)

Judy Vincent

Judy Vincent

Gorgeous capture!

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Judy :-)

Anna Serebryanik

Anna Serebryanik

Beautiful seascape!

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Anna :-)

Bob Cuthbert

Bob Cuthbert

Nice seascape!

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Bob :-)

Kathy Knopp

Kathy Knopp

I love the picture and the interesting story behind the rocks makes it very interesting to know about them off the Oregon coast. Thank you!

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Kathy :-)

Colin Hunt

Colin Hunt

Lovely.

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Colin :-)

Steve Henderson

Steve Henderson

Love the color in this -- it embraces and highlights the rocks, which are already striking.

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Steve :-)

Maria Coulson

Maria Coulson

Beautiful capture. L

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Maria :-)

Jasna Dragun

Jasna Dragun

Great capture! l/f

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Jasna :-)

Mellissa Ray

Mellissa Ray

Gorgeous view! L/F

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Melissa :-)

Angelo Marcialis

Angelo Marcialis

A terrific seascape image!

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Angelo :-)

Kim Tran

Kim Tran

Such a beautiful view, excellent capture Kristina! l/f

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Kim :-)

Fei Alexander

Fei Alexander

Like the dreamy feel in this one ! v/f

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Fei :-)

Michelle Meenawong

Michelle Meenawong

superb shot Kristina l/f/t/p

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Michelle :-)

Deepa Sahoo

Deepa Sahoo

Wonderful capture Kristina!LF

Kristina Rinell replied:

Thanks, Deepa :-)

Kristina Rinell

Kristina Rinell

Thanks, Karen, for the feature of 'Twin Rocks' in 'Lady Photographers and Artists' ... I am honored :-)

Artist's Description

Prior to 1925, Twin Rocks was called Profile Rocks until it was changed to avoid a name conflict with another geologic formation in the region. If you look closely, you can see a sea dragon, Indian princess or Loch Ness monster. The rocks, located just south of Rockaway Beach on the Oregon Cast, is 88 feet at its pinnacle and the hole is 35 feet across; you could actually fly a helicopter between the two formations.
Twin Rocks is composed of sandstone formed between 20 million and 30 million years ago. At that time, the entire area, including what is now the Coast Range, was an undersea marine environment and part of the continental shelf, just as the ocean floor off the coast is today. Over time and under pressure, the sand in the seabed consolidated into sandstone. Then, as the Earth’s tectonic plates crashed into one another, they pushed up the coastal mountains, fractured and tilted up a ridge of sandstone along the coastline. The tides and surf wore away the softer portio...

About Kristina Rinell

Kristina Rinell

Born and raised in Sweden, moved to Oregon 20 years ago. Roaming the Oregon Coast with my camera, and sometimes venturing outside my 'neighborhood', trying to catch the beauty the world has to offer ... as someone once said: There's beauty everywhere, you just have to open your eyes. Copyright 2012-2019. These photographs/artworks are owned solely by the artist, Kristina Rinell. As such it is protected by U.S. and international copyright laws, all rights reserved. This artwork may not be copied, reproduced, manipulated or used in any way without written permission.

 

$22.00