During the late summer months, a pool of water known as a runnel, will often form above the high tide line. They can last for a few days or stick around for a month or two before a big swell re-sweeps the summer sand. In the mornings before the wind begins to blow, they are like reflecting pools. These two basalt sea stacks are off Silver Point at the south end of Cannon Beach.
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