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Stayton Oregon Daily Photo

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Located in Stayton

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Featuring Stayton and other nearby towns in the Willamette Valley.

(Social media dudes and dudettes — click through to see all the photos!) We didn’t get much rain or snow these last two seasons, and it’s really starting to show around here. Guest photographer Denny Barnes went to Detroit Lake, a popular recreation spot up the Santiam Canyon, and found very low water l

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Guest photographer Maryann Nielson took this beautiful photo at the Schreiner’s Iris Gardens in nearby Keizer. I love that huge bush and the nifty seat. Thanks, Maryann! The post Deluxe Seating at

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We have a new guest photographer today! Joanie Twomey-Shook sent long this beautiful image of the sign at St. Mary Catholic Cemetery on 3rd Ave. You can see the row of blossom trees from a bit earlier this spring. It seemed an appropriate photo to post on Memorial Day, a day to remember those who […] The pos

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This is a view of Fern Ridge Rd., just past where it crosses Highway 22 heading out of town. For the record, I was not parked in the middle of the road when I shot this. The road curves and I was off to the side next to it. A great big huge plea for […] The post

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This is part of the Etzel farm off of Fern Ridge Rd., just outside of town. I just liked the contrast of the green fields with the lighter colored buildings. The post Farm Things appeared first on

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The center part of this sunset image looks like an eye to me, which makes me think of that old song “Eye In The Sky” by the Alan Parsons Project. It also reminds me of Sauron’s floating eye from the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy. I don’t think the eye in the photo had any […]

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We have a purple calla lily flower for today. Due to an illness in the family, I haven’t been able to go out and take photos recently. That leads me to… A call for guest photographers! As you may know, without my awesome, lovely, and brilliant guest photographers, this daily photo blog would have ended [̷

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Guest photographer Denny Barnes sent today’s two photos (social media peeps, click on the link to see both photos) of an awesome rainbow hanging out over some cows. His description: We had some very strong thunderstorms with lots of lightning pass by just east of us producing this beautiful full arch rainbow but I

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This tractor was pulling what I believe is a chisel plow (which I learned last year) down E. Santiam St. recently. I don’t know where it came from or where it went, but I would imagine it’s a bit difficult to drive oversized equipment through town. The post

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Sharon Barnes is hoping someone in the community can help her locate a heirloom windchime accidentally sold from her strawberry stand at the end of last season in front of Ace Hardware on 1st Ave. Please read below: At the end of last season, we lost a very sentimental fixture of our strawberry stand, our […]

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(Social media peeps click through to see all the photos!) Yesterday was a fundraiser at Pioneer Park to help secure some matching fund grants for improvements to the park. Local band Never2late performed, there was face painting and balloon animals, hot dogs, and raffles to be had. Below you’ll find photos of the v

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This rather pretty Harley motorcycle was parked outside Ace Hardware on 1st Ave. the other day. I had to take this picture with my cell phone because I didn’t have my regular camera with me. Either that, or I forgot I had it. I can’t remember if I can’t remember. The post

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How about some pretty green farm fields for today? Well, there’s a bit of civilization on the left there… Power Motorsports, in fact. I think about cropping it out, but decided I liked having a little bit of that and a lot of nothing else but pretty. This was shot along Boedigheimer Rd., facing west. T

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This guy was cruising along E. Santiam St. the other day on his bike. I wish I could take my scooter out of town like he seemed to be doing, but it doesn’t go fast enough. Maybe someday I’ll get a grown up bike, too. Follow our Facebook page! The page for this here little […] The post

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I was parked along 3rd Ave. the other day and saw Trask Mercantile sitting nearby, and snapped a photo. They have some good stuff in there, and it’s all I can do to not go in there and leave with all the things. It’s a good thing my scooter can’t hold very much. The post

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This road, just across Highway 22 off of Fern Ridge Rd., is rather hilly. I shot this near Campbell-Grier Cemetery, facing north. The post Boedigheimer Road appeared first on

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(Social media peeps — click through to see all the photos!) Here’s the second and final part of my trip to the Schreiner’s Iris Gardens in nearby Keizer (see also: part 1, which I attended with Dave (of StaytonEvents.com and Maryann Nielson. More flowers, more people, more random things. Click on the ph

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(Social media peeps — click through to see all the photos!) Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there. You rock. Yesterday, I went with Dave (of StaytonEvents.com) and Maryann Nielson to the Schreiner’s Iris Gardens in nearby Keizer to take pictures of a lot of flowers. I also took pictures of some p

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The view to the south from the newer part of E. Pine St. is rather pretty. It also seems to show some clear cutting of trees on the distant hills. The bit of smoke in the lower left was from something burning on a farm, I think. It was behind some trees, so I couldn’t […] The post

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The cows were out grazing in their field along E. Santiam St. a few days ago, so I stopped to get a photo. As you can see, this particular cow is showing off her dining choice for the day: grass. I hear it’s a popular choice. The post

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This simple cross was adorning one of the graves at Campbell-Grier Cemetery on Boedigheimer Rd. just outside of town the other day. I’m not religious, but I can appreciate the sentiment of the marker. The post Wooden Cross app

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I went to see the new Avengers over the weekend, so naturally I took a picture of the theater after the movie let out. Excellent movie and I love that little movie theater. It costs $7.00 for a weekend 3D matinee, which is far cheaper than Salem. The post

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Today’s photo by guest photographer Tom Miller looks like it belongs on a calendar. Those kittens are adorable. Thanks, Tom! The post Cat House appeared first on Stayton Orego

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The love in Stayton is spreading. I posted a photo of a love truck I spotted off of 3rd Ave. a few months ago, and who would have guessed that I’d find another one over the weekend. My friend Jeff told my they belong to Trask Mercantile on 3rd., and I just want to thank […] The post

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I went past the community garden on the corner of 4th Ave. and Florence St. yesterday, and noticed it was looking ready for new plantings. I always like to see the various things that get planted there, especially the sunflowers. The post

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I spotted this rather large mound of something or other a few days ago along E. Santiam St. It looks like sawdust to me, but honestly, I have no idea what it is. It’s pretty big, though, so I hereby dub thee Stayton Mountain. Adventurers will come from far and wide to scale its towering […] The post

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Guest photographer Tom Miller brings us another one the cool old buildings he manages to find in the rural areas of our lovely state. I’m guessing it’s an old church. Thanks, Tom! The post I’m in Love with a

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As I was uploading the photo for this post, it occurred to me I had already taken a similar photo of the same farm off of Boedigheimer Rd. just outside of Stayton. It’s pretty strange how similar the two photos are, though the older photo from 2010 was shot later in the year and has […] The post

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It’s big, it’s pink, and it’s a tree! A dogwood tree in someone’s yard on 2nd Ave., in fact. So pretty. So pink. The post Big Pink Tree appeared first on

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Dude. Stealthy cow is stealthy. Guest photographer Maryann Nielson must be a ninja to out stealth the stealthy to get this shot. And look, more cows: Very cool. Thanks, Maryann! The post Secret Agent Cow appeared first on

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