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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.

Guest photographer Denny Barnes knows where the gorgeous views are just outside of Stayton. His description: My Dog, Reggie and I took a hike up the ridge in front of our house today and looking down on Coon Hollow with all the green fields it looked quite pretty. That’s breathtaking right there. Thanks, Denny!

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Oregon has some gorgeous mountains, and guest photographer Tom Miller showcases Mt. Jefferson quite beautifully with the two images he submitted. Simply gorgeous. Thanks, Tom! The post I saw the’ Whole Wide World appea

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Guest photographer Jon Goodman met a new friend. His description: They lowered the water level in the Stayton Ditch (behind the park) and I found this guy looking for shelter Very cool. Thanks, Jon! The post Crawdad! appeared first on

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I think aircraft contrails are pretty. Not everyone agrees with me on this, but that’s okay. Not everyone can be right, after all. I took this about ten minutes before I took the sunset image from a few days ago. The post The Streak

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Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams was being rather observant when she spotted this heart-shaped cloud formation. Love is everywhere, y’all. Thanks, Terri Jo. The post Cloud Heart appeared first on

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I took this photo from E. Regis St. not long before sunset a few days ago. It’s looking west out over the grounds at Regis Catholic High School, and some hills beyond. The post Near & Far appeared first on

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Stayton is not all that far from the Pacific coast, and guest photographer Tom Miller caught this cool shot of a hang glider flying along the shoreline. Thanks, Tom! The post Gliding From Stayton To The Coast appeared first

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I went down to the pedestrian bridge off of Florence St. a couple of nights ago, and this sight greeted me. I had been grumbling that I couldn’t get out to take pictures before it got dark, but then this happened, and I shut up. The post

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Guest photographer Tom Miller is back with another beautiful rural scene today. Thanks, Tom! The post A Home Out On The Range appeared first on Stayton (Oregon) Daily Photo.

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We have a sunset photo for today, shot through an oak tree at Lone Oak Cemetery on 3rd Ave. Oak trees and sunsets: two things that go great together. The post Oak Tree Sunset appeared first on

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Guest photographer Tom Miller wants us to look up, way up. Which, as it turns out, is a great idea, because that’s a pretty great view. Thanks, Tom! The post Things Are Looking Up appeared first on

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We’ve had a fair bit of fog lately, and guest photographer Maryann Nielson has captured it beautifully. Thanks, Maryann! The post Fog Down At The Barn appeared first on Stayton

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Today is the final photo from my day trip to nearby Silver Falls State Park last weekend. This photo is of some of the green stuff covering the trees at the park — I don’t know if it’s moss or lichen or what, but I love it. Recap of the photos from Silver Falls: South […] The post

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This path leads to and from Upper North Falls at nearby Silver Falls State Park. When I was trying to think of a title for this post, the song Dance Into The Light by Phil Collins popped into my head. It seemed appropriate. That fog/light at the top part of the image is rather spiffy. […] The post

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There’s a path at nearby Silver Falls State Park that goes next to North Falls (see a front view of the waterfall). I didn’t even know the path existed until Saturday, and it’s pretty nifty seeing the waterfall from that angle. I stuck my camera over the fence to take this shot. The post

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Here’s another photo from Silver Falls State Park, this time of a pathway near South Falls. I ended up taking several photos of paths, because I am apparently more easily amused than I thought. Tomorrow, I’ll post another photo from the park. Come on back now, ya hear? The post

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I posted a photo of the waterway by Upper North Falls at nearby Silver Falls State Park from my trip up there on Saturday with Dave (of StaytonEvents.com and Maryann Nielson. Here’s a full on shot of the waterfall itself, which is 65 feet tall, and the rather large logs accenting the cascading water. Tomorrow, [

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Here’s another photo today from a day trip to nearby Silver Falls State Park over the weekend (see also: South Falls and the top of South Falls). This time we have Upper North Falls (and, yes, there is a regular North Falls, which I will probably post tomorrow, and I posted a picture of it […] The post

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I posted a photo yesterday of South Falls, a waterfall at nearby Silver Falls State Park. Here’s a view from the top of the waterfall, and at some of the trees surrounding the area next to the falls. Tomorrow I’ll post another photo from Silver Falls, so stay tuned. The post

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I am a happy camper. Dave (of StaytonEvents.com) and Maryann Nielson took me on their drive up to Silver Falls State Park again yesterday. We had a much more productive time than we did a few days ago (North Falls), where we saw South Falls, North Falls, Upper North Falls, and other scenic type things. […] T

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I couldn’t go anywhere to take photos yesterday (except a very brief run where I may have gotten a sunset photo), so here’s a lovely mushroom which is currently taking up residence in my backyard. I’m thinking of charging it and its buddies rent. The post

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I came to the unfortunate realization that I have only this one postable photo from the last month. I took (and posted) a lot of photos of Christmas lights, and literally have nothing else. That’s a bit of an issue. Even this photo was taken almost a month ago. This photo was taken at my […] The post

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Guest photographer CB captured these lovely images of fog in the cascade mountains, as seen over a farm field along Stayton Rd. Click on all the images to see them larger. Thanks, CB! Happy new year, everyone. May 2015 be an awesome year for all of you. The post

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Guest photographer CB took these beautiful images of a walnut tree at sunset. There’s just something about the shape of trees like that I adore. Click on the thumbnail at right to see that one larger. Thanks, CB! Oh, and happy new year’s eve. Please, please — stay safe out there, and watch out for [R

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Dave Nielson of StaytonEvents.com and is wife, frequent guest photographer Maryann, invited me to go with them to Silver Falls State Park (about 20 miles from Stayton) yesterday morning. The weather decided to work against us, so we weren’t able to do much of anything but drive to the overlook to see the North Fall

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Guest photographer Tom Miller took this very cool photo of his son and some rushing water. The description: My son up at Boulder Creek looking for the perfect shot. Thanks, Tom! The post Looking for the Perfect Shot appeared

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Guest photographer Maryann Nielson captured this meeting between a duck and dog in the water near the pedestrian bridge off of Florence St. And by “meeting,” I mean the duck clearly decided to leave before the dog got too close. Thanks, Maryann! The post

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Guest photographer CB decided to spoil us with these gorgeous shots of Mt. Jefferson, taken from Stayton Rd. Just beautiful. Thanks, CB! The post Mt. Jefferson appeared first on

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As promised yesterday, here are the rest of the holiday lights images I took around town. Click on the thumbnails below to see them. I hope everyone who celebrated Christmas had a wonderful holiday. The post How About Some Mo

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I hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday, just a happy Thursday, or whatever makes you merry. It’s funny — I hadn’t realized until I went to do this post that this is the same house on Summerview Dr. I posted for Christmas last year. They have a great house. I had planned on burning […]

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