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Stayton (Oregon) Daily Photo

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Featuring Stayton and other nearby towns in the Willamette Valley.

This is the back of a building. A blue building. The back of it. I think I mentioned that. Yeah. So… building. I like it. The building itself is rather old, dating back to 1912, according to a date written on one of the corners of the structure. The front of the place faces 3rd […] The post

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These trees on the corner of 3rd. and Fir St. are right pretty most of the year, but they were especially pretty when I saw them a few days ago, with the morning light illuminating the leaves. I wish I had more time to go out and go autumn leaf hunting. I hope I can […] The post

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Guest photographer Tom Miller brings the pretty with this lovely autumn shot of the Santiam River. It must have been awesome to actually be there. Thanks, Tom! I’m asking for help This is nothing something I want to have to do, but I need help. My cat, Butler (that’s him at right), suddenly became very [̷

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I believe this structure at the Knife River sand and gravel place across the bridge south of Stayton is what is technically known as a “doohickey.” It could also be a “whatsit” or a “thingamajig.” I’m fairly certain it is not a “doodad,” but I’ve been known to b

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This bit of autumn leafy goodness was found at the edge of someone’s yard by Pioneer Park. I’m waiting for that someone’s yard to turn all orange and yellow so I can get a shot of it, because that someone’s yard is gorgeous when it does that. Well, it’s always gorgeous, but especially when i

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Guest photographer Tom Miller brings us this image of an old barn that fell last winter. He writes: Do any of you remember this old barn out in the Waldo Hills area. It was located on the corner of Cascade Hwy SE and Waldo Hills Dr SE. Well it collapsed last winter, it just couldn’t […] The post

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Guest photographer Maryann Nielson took this simply beautiful photo of an autumn leaf stuck in a fence. So cool. Thanks, Maryann! Please help find Stanley the therapy dog!! A therapy dog from Santiam Hospital went missing earlier this week, so if you’re in the area, please be on the look out for him. He’s an

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Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams is already lamenting the change in weather autumn has brought. Her description: In the coming days, weeks, and months….while we sit in our houses, all depressed about the weather….we all can take a look at this photo I got just a few of nights ago on my way home….. well

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From the random file comes this photo of the side of T&J Furniture on Ida St. This is actually facing 2nd Ave., and is likely a loading bay. I thought it was funny how that machine — is it a washer or dryer? — was just sitting outside, chilling with the garbage can. I think […] The post

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I’m still trying to find trees with autumn-colored leaves, but the trees just aren’t cooperating yet. This big tree in the Neitling Park section of Pioneer Park is starting to turn, so here’s a wee bit of autumn. It’s going to be raining for the rest of the week, apparently, so my autumn leave hun

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I went hunting for autumn leaves a few days ago, but didn’t find much as of yet. If it hadn’t been for this big tree by the water off of 4th Ave., I was going to question whether we are really in October. It’s been pretty warm here so far, so the trees haven’t quite […] The post

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Chuck Martin caught this lovely sunrise over the pond area behind the park and ride at the north end of Stayton, along Cascade Highway. I’ve been down to this area several times, but I’ve never made it at sunrise. If only sunrise happened later in the day. Thanks, Chuck! The post

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We had some fog a few mornings ago, and guest photographer Maryann Nielson captured it beautifully. She also caught what appear to be Canada geese. Thanks, Maryann! The post Fog In A Field appeared first on

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The ongoing construction at the elementary school (where it faces 3rd Ave.) seems to be moving along nicely. I last posted a photo of it almost a month ago, and it looks markedly different than it did then. I think it’s scheduled to be completed in January (I could also be wrong). I’m sure everyone […]

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I am very happy guest photographer Denny Barnes kicked my backside with his fantastic moon photo from the lunar eclipse two nights ago (here’s mine). I see someone else was up in the wee hours of the morning. You did great with your eclipse shots. There is so much contrast when the moon is only […] The

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I hadn’t intended to be awake during the eclipse early this morning, but for once, I was happy to wake up in the middle of the night. This is obviously not the sharpest image — I’d probably need a telescope attachment for that — but it could be worse. In fact, I’ve done worse. I […]

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Guest photographer Tom Miller takes us on a look back to last winter with this lovely snow-touched landscape. His description: Took this last winter, if I remember right it was too damned cold. It was. It really was. Thanks, Tom! The post

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I hadn’t intended to be awake during the eclipse early this morning, but for once, I was happy to wake up in the middle of the night. This is obviously not the sharpest image — I’d probably need a telescope attachment for that — but it could be worse. In fact, I’ve done worse. I […]

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I noticed the other day the Red Apple Lounge on 2nd Ave. has a new color scheme. And by “new,” I mean it could have changed sometime in the last two or three years and I am just now noticing it, or it could have been last week. I have no idea. But it used […] The post

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Chuck Martin took this photo at Stayton High’s homecoming football game the other night. I haven’t been to a football game since I was a kid, so it’s cool to get to see a photo from the game. Thanks, Chuck! The post

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Guest photographer Maryann Nielson brings us this photo of the pedestrian bridge off of Florence St. I like the view through the overgrown grass. Thanks, Maryann! The post Through The Tall Grass appeared first on

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Here’s a long exposure of some car head and tail lights from two nights ago. I took this on 3rd Ave., facing the north end of the street. I had to wait a while for enough cars to go by to get some decent light trails. I don’t know why the street lights did that […] The post

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I went over to the Santiam Hospital on 10th Ave. last night to take a long exposure of the newish tower. It’s something I’ve been meaning to do for a while, but never got around to it until last night. A car ended up going by when I took this shot, and I liked the […] The post

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This was taken along Kingston-Jordan road, south of town, of some hills. And a house. And some trees. And clouds. But you can probably see that without me telling you. I’ll shut up now. The post Distant Hills appeared first o

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This old barn south of Stayton on Stayton-Scio Rd looks like it’s seen far better days. I’m surprised it’s still standing. Still, the wobbliness of the structure gives it character. The post In A State Of Disarray

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This old barn south of Stayton on Stayton-Scio Rd looks like it’s seen far better days. I’m surprised it’s still standing. Still, the wobbliness of the structure gives it character. The post In A State Of Disarray

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Guest photographer Tom Miller took this lovely photo of the Hannah covered bridge east of nearby Scio. I’ve never seen this one in person, so it’s extra cool to me to post this image. Thanks, Tom! The post Hannah appeared firs

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Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams attended the car show at the Jordan Chicken Dinner even in nearby Scio yesterday, and took a whole bunch of awesome images of the awesome cars on display. I made a little slideshow thingie which you can peruse through and see all the pretties. Thanks, Terri Jo! The post

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Guest photographer Maryann Nielson spotted these birds sitting on a light post, which seems to me to be the perfect spot to watch the sunset. Thanks, Maryann! The post Best Seat In The House appeared first on

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… With a camera, that is. Guest photographer Denny Barnes caught these turkeys turking around near his house. His description: Seeing your birds the other day which I think may be starlings, thought I’d send a couple of shots of my birds this morning. You’ll have to excuse the quality because they were

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