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Located in Stayton, Oregon, USA, also featuring other nearby towns in the Willamette Valley.

Guest photographer Denny Barnes took this amazing photo from the lunar eclipse a few nights ago, and I am so happy he did. His description: Here’s my version of the Blood Moon and Mars. This is two different images merged together because I couldn’t get them in one shot. The …

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I ventured out Shaff Rd. east of town the other day to see what I could see. I didn’t end up seeing much because it was fairly windy and my scooter didn’t care for that. But I did see this, whatever it is. Some sort of trees or plants being …

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This path leads back to Riverfront Park at the south end of town, next to what I guess is a water treatment place. I didn’t actually walk down the path when I took this picture, but I plan on doing so soon.

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These lovely tulips were growing at the edge of a yard off of 2nd Ave. about a week ago. I think there used to be a house where these flowers are now, but these tulips seem happy enough to exist in its place.

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These gorgeous trees line one of the baseball fields at Stayton High School on Locust St. I like them. I took a picture. Here it is.

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Just as the title says, I have been waiting for these trees to bloom at Pioneer Park so I could get this shot of the Jordan Bridge. I’ve done similar photos before (see: Dreaming, Invitation, and This Is Why I’m Here), but I think I like this one the best. …

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I can’t remember if I shot this from Kingston-Jordan Rd. or Kingston-Lyons Rd., because apparently I was not paying attention. The barns were very far away, so the quality of the image isn’t the best. If you viewed the full resolution, you would see the barns look like fuzzy squiggles. …

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First the first time in forever (I may have stolen that line from somewhere), I forgot to post a photo for today. So here’s a photo of a sunset I took from the corner of 3rd Ave. and Fern Ridge Rd. about a week ago. Sorry for the delayed post.

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I went for a short trip out Kingston Jordan Rd., just south of Stayton, to see what I could see. One of the things I saw this tree, all by itself in a field. It seemed lonely, so I took its picture. I like to think it made it feel …

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I found this beautiful creature hanging out near an auto body shop on the south end of 2nd Ave. a few days ago. I know it’s a Ford Super Deluxe, but beyond that I am clueless. Well, except that it looks like it has a mouth where part of the …

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Guest photographer Denny Barnes went skygazing a few nights ago, and took this awesome photo. His description: I noticed last night (4/6/2014) that the moon and Jupiter were very close together but not quite close enough to get them in one shot at this magnification. So I took a shot …

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We had gorgeous weather yesterday, so I went out and about to take some photos. One of my stops was the boat ramp by the Santiam River, a beautiful little spot at the southern edge of town.

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Continuing his knack for interesting rural scenes, guest photographer Tom Miller brings us this cool sunset shot. Thanks, Tom!

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Yep. Little tree blossoms on a walkway at Pioneer Park. Woot.

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No, I’m not pregnant. But a sheep in guest photographer Denny Barnes’ pasture is. His description: I know these are not cowies but will sheepies do . These are our neighbors sheep that use our pasture. We are expecting new little ones any time now. This ewe had the brown …

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I could wax poetic about the symbolism of a crow perched on a streetlight — the dichotomy of man versus nature, perhaps — but I won’t. Instead, I’ll just say I saw the bird on the light and took a picture, because that’s exactly what happened. The end. For the …

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I actually first spotted these back in February, and took a picture at the time. But then I forgot about it, so let’s pretending this is all new. The photo itself is new, so there’s that. It’s a lot like the old photo from February, but I was trying really …

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Ah, spring. I love you so. Each new day brings… well, around here, it usually brings rain. But that rain leads to pretty things like this daffodil. It’s so bright and cheery and it’s just happy to be alive, until it isn’t alive anymore. Let’s not dwell on that, though, …

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Guest photographer Denny Barnes has discovered a most unusual creature in the woods in the hills just outside of Stayton. I’ll let him explain: Hiking far into the woods a few day ago my dog and I ran into Coon Hollow’s legendary TROLL. He was very scary but we managed …

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I’ve decided to change things up around here. So starting today, this daily photo blog will feature a photo of a motorcycle every single day. I don’t encounter that many motorcycles, though, so I might have to recycle photos here and there. Don’t be surprised if I run today’s photo …

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Guest photographer Tom Miller brings us a photo of one of my favorite type of trees — a weeping willow. It feels strange to say something with “weeping” in the title makes me happy, but I’ve never been accused of being normal. Thanks, Tom!

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Guest photographer Maryann Nielson caught this adorable little hummingbird on a tree in her yard the other day. Thanks, Maryann!

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I was trying for artsy fartsy on with shot of the Jordan Bridge at Pioneer Park, but the cars and the barren tree branches kind of got in the way. The trees right across from the bridge weren’t in bloom yet, so I had to make due with a tree …

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Guest photographer Tom Miller has a photo of a tree in full bloom from the Oregon Garden, which is down the road from Stayton, near Silverton. Thanks, Tom!

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I like clouds. They can be light and fluffy and fun, or dark and dramatic like the clouds above. And since this is Oregon, we get a variety of clouds types, often on the same day. A couple of days ago, it rained, turned beautifully sunny, then it hailed, more …

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Guest photographer Tom Miller went fishing with his camera a few days ago and hooked a nice one. His description: I spotted this bass out in the pond at the Stayton Wilderness Park, so I zoomed in on it and got this shot. I like big bass and I cannot …

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Guest photographer Denny Barnes brings us the second part of the trip to nearby Salem to see the Oregon State Capitol building with the beautiful spring tree blossoms in bloom (see also: yesterday’s photos from Maryann Nielson), and a couple of other nice details, as well. Thanks so much to …

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I love it when this kind of thing happens. First, guest photographer Maryann Nielson sent me some photos she took of the spring tree blossoms on Saturday morning at the Oregon State Capitol building in nearby Salem. Then a little while later, I received another photo of the Capitol from …

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I stopped at the park yesterday to take photos of more spring tree blossoms, but I glanced across the street and spotted this gorgeous yellow… bush? Shrub? Tree? I don’t know what it is, but it’s so very yellow.

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Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams took a walk through the Nietling Park area of Pioneer Park, and took this lovely tree blossom image, despite a threat to her very life and limb. Her description: I was at the park and saw the trees all in bloom. Gorgeous. I thought I …

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