A small delta from the Sixes River can be seen in the right-middle of the panorama. It's not terribly obvious here, but there is a series of quite well developed elevated marine terraces in this region; Cape Blanco State Park includes examples of at least three I can identify. This is also the closest one can get on land to the Juan de Fuca/Cascadia subduction zone; it's only about 35 miles offshore here.
Photo stitched in HugIn, auto-leveled in Paint.Net for improved contrast and color. May 7, 2013. FlashEarth location.