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Stayton (Oregon) Daily Photo

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Featuring Stayton and other nearby towns in the Willamette Valley.

Guest photographer Denny Barnes has the coolest house guests, and he certainly knows how to bring out the best in them with his camera. His description: Last year I had just one female Anna’s Hummingbird that stayed all winter. This year I have several still here and a male showed up about a week ago. […]

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I decided to go outside yesterday to see if I could capture some frost with my camera, because capturing it with my hands would be a bit pointless (it melts, you see). The above image is a crop of a larger macro shot I took of some frost on blades of grass. I was surprised […] The post

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Guest photographer Maryann Nielson posted this on her Facebook wall yesterday, and as soon as I saw it I knew I had to post it here. She perfectly captured this frozen water drop hanging from the pedestrian bridge off of Florence St., and I’m very glad she did. Thanks, Maryann! The post

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Yellow maple leaves on the ground, yo. One of them is all lit up by the sun, dawg. It’s really hard to write yet another description of autumn leaves, dude. The post Gentle On My Mind appeared first on

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Guest photographer Su Yoder caught this intriguing sight of steam rising up off a fence as the ice melted yesterday morning. The ice-tinged plant in the foreground adds a nifty element, too. Thanks, Su! The post Warming Up appeared first

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Guest photographer Tom Miller took today’s images on Stayton Island. If I understand it right, that is along the Santiam River at the southeast of town. I’ve not been there, though, so I could be wrong. If anyone has better information, please leave a comment. Thanks, Tom! The post

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Guest photographer Maryann Nielson spotted this beautiful leaf edged in frost on a recent chilly morning. Very pretty. Thanks, Maryann! For those who may be wondering — we didn’t get any snow here yesterday, just some really cold rain. The post

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The rather large trees (I think they’re maples) at the Neitling section of Pioneer Park were looking pretty a few days ago. They’d lost part of their leaves, but were still full of color. That white bit in the bottom right-hand corner (not the sign, but the other white stuff) is the Jordan Bridge, of […

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I figured a shot of the Jordan Bridge before all the autumn color went away would be a good thing, so I went by there a couple of days ago. There were some cars in the way of the shot I really wanted, so I had to improvise. It’s such a lovely area, it’s hard […] The post

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Guest photographer Tom Miller brings us a couple of beautiful images of the Hoffman Covered Bridge, which spans Crabtree Creek a little bit north of Crabtree in Linn County. It’s roughly 14 miles from Stayton. Thanks, Tom! The post

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It’s kind of hard to tell in the photo, but there’s a pathway going up and over that little hill by the water at Community Center Park. I took this about a week ago. I’ve been dying to go out and take more autumn photos, but I’ve been ill, so week old images are what […] The post

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This apartment building (once known as the Jones Hotel back in the day) on 2nd Ave. was looking pretty colorful about a week ago when I took this photo. The post Autumn Finery appeared first on

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Hey, look, another autumn leaf photo. I’m terrible — I have some guest photographer photos to post (which I will do someday soon), but no, I went with another autumn leaf photo. Sue me. The post My Time To Shine appeared f

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The yellow leaves on this tree remind me of hair, so I’m pretty sure that means the tree is going bald. Unlike people, though, the tree will get its hair back come spring. This tree lives in a field off of Florence St. The post Just

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Here’s a photo of a red leaf. It’s on a bush. A green bush. Possibly a juniper bush, and possibly a maple leaf. This isn’t what I intended to post today, but I had to go and get sick, so this is what I’m posting. The post

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My favorite yard in town was decked out in its autumn finest recently, and I was happy I swung by there to get a shot. My photo doesn’t do the yard on 7th Ave. justice, but that doesn’t stop me from trying each year. The post

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Guest photographer John Brandt took today’s photo of a rather foggy park the other day. He also sent more photos of some downed trees at the park I will be posting, once my brain gets into gear so I can think long enough to organize the post, so that could be some time next year. […] The post

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Guest photographer Tom Miller brings this photo of a little duck on a rock at Wilderness Park, which is the wooded area behind Pioneer Park. Thanks, Tom! The post I Found You appeared first on

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I dropped by ballot off at the library yesterday, so I stopped to get a photo or two of the creek which runs next to it. I’m glad autumn finally kicked in, since it’s so darn pretty. Of course, once all the leaves drop I’ll be sad, but they’ll be back. Eventually. The post

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Does anyone know what business going in on Shaff Rd., in the Bi-Mart parking lot? I took this photo a few days ago, and I didn’t see any indication of what it might be. The post Business Construction appeared first on

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(If you’re viewing this on Facebook, be sure to click through to the site, as the photo above is animated, and won’t display properly.) Happy Halloween, everyone! I hope everyone has a spooktacular day, and be sure to stay safe if you’re going out tonight. The post

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We have another old rural house photo from guest photographer Tom Miller. Where there is a house or barn falling down, Tom is there. Thanks, Tom! The post I’d Love To Change The World, But I Don’t Know What

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Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams spotted this interesting airplane contrail. Her description: Saw this the other evening and thought it was sorta interesting. It’s a plane! It’s a bird! No, it’s a plane ! heehee.. the way the sun hit the contrails, along with the high cloud cover, really made the whole

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Guest photographer Maryann Nielson caught some beautiful light at the Jordan Bridge, a covered bridge at Pioneer Park. My, but I do love that bridge. Thanks, Maryann! The post The Jordan Bridge appeared first on

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These leaves from a little tree or bush on Marion St. are just adorable. I try every year to get over there to take a picture or two. Want to help a kitty? My cat, Butler, is very ill right now with a kidney problem, and his medical bills have really added up. If you […] The post

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Guest photographer Maryann Nielson brings us this lovely bit of autumn at Bush Pasture Park in nearby Salem. Look at all that color… beautiful. Thanks, Maryann! Want to help a kitty? My cat, Butler, is very ill right now with a kidney problem, and his medical bills have really added up. If you happen to […]

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This old house and car on 7th Ave. made for an interesting retro scene the other day. I believe the car says it’s a Ford Galaxie 500, which probably means it’s from the 1960’s. I have no idea how old the house is. Want to help a kitty? My cat, Butler, is very ill right […] The post

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Once again, guest photographer Tom Miller brings us a cool shot of an old rundown structure. I don’t know how he finds them, but I’m sure glad he does. The post The Angel Opens Her Eyes appeared first on

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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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