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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.

This scruffy guy or gal was hanging out at Riverfront Park in nearby Salem last weekend. I don’t blame him for the overgrown look, since I tend to put off getting my hair cut, too. The post Friz appeared first on

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This cute little squirrel was running around the grounds outside the Oregon State Capitol Building in nearby Salem last Saturday. He or she had a friend part of the time, but I didn’t get a shot of that one. They’re fast little dudes. The post

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Nature walk time! Guest photographer Denny Barnes went out with his dog, Reggie, into the hills not far outside of Stayton. He took several beautiful photos of various flowers, plus a little bunny. His description: Reggie the dog and I took a hike into the hills today and noticed everything is coming alive. The trees [&#

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These two male mallard ducks were hanging out on the edge of a fountain on the Oregon State Capitol Building grounds in nearby Salem on Saturday. I was kind of jealous. The post Sunbathing By The Pool appeared first on

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Here’s a shot of the front of the Oregon State Capitol Building in nearby Salem, with the gold Pioneer dude standing on top like a cake decoration. I confess to digitally removing the tops of some parking peters at the very bottom of the shot, because they looked silly down there. I hope they aren’t […]

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My friend Norman Beer took today’s image of hundreds of blue ribbons tied to a tree outside of the Oregon State Capitol Building in nearby Salem. It’s actually two images merged into one, using a double-exposure feature on his camera. The flag above the tree is actually several yard away from the tree itself.

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I went out yesterday for a short photo shooting trip to nearby Salem with my friend Norm. I went stopped by Riverfront Park on the Willamette River, where I caught these people zooming around on the water on their personal watercraft thing. Shortly after that, I discovered my battery was dying and I didn’t bring [&

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Guest photographer Chuck Martin caught this lovely sunset just north of nearby Sublimity. Thanks, Chuck! The post Sublimity Sunset appeared first on Stayton Oregon Daily Phot

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When I was at the Meet The Lambies day out near Scio last weekend, I shot this photo of a nearby barn in the rain. You can see some sheep in the foreground. The post Barn In The Rain appeared first on

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This colorful little bird was taking a stroll through the parking lot outside of Roth’s on Shaff Rd. the other day. I’m not sure what kind it is, though. I had thought maybe it was a European Starling, but I don’t see the spots that seem to be a thing with them. Could it be […] The post

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Guest photographer Denny Barnes made me a very happy camper by sending along some photos he took at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival outside Woodburn. I wasn’t able to go this year, but that’s okay, because Denny’s photos rock. His description: Me and about 10 million other people visited Wooden Shoe Tuli

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Guest photographer Maryann Nielson found a lovely place to sit near some tulips. That looks like a good place to just exist for a while. Thanks, Maryann! The post Take A Seat appeared first on

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We had joy, we had fun, we had buzzards in the sun… Guest photographer Denny Barnes has buzzards. I’m fairly certain he’s still alive, though, so no need to worry about that. He caught one of the interesting birds up in a tree. His description: Several of the buzzards were out sunning themselves this mo

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Dave (of StaytonEvents.com and Maryann Nielson took me along to Wolston Farms outside of nearby Scio for the annual Meet The Lambies day yesterday. They had newborn lambs, sheep, border collies, chickens, even pigeons up in the rafters of the barn, and it was all pretty awesome. It was my first time attending, and I̵

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Guest photographer David Nielson of StaytonEvents.com sent along this gorgeous photo of a house and field full of beautiful yellow flowers he shot north of nearby Sublimity. Thanks, Dave! The post North Of Sublimity appeared f

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I drove past the Bird & Hat Inn on 3rd Ave. yesterday, and had to double back to take a few photos from the sidewalk. This angel statue seemed to be thinking about all the pretty flowers surrounding him or her, which is understandable, since the place looks gorgeous. The post

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We have a rare sighting today, friends! I spotted the elusive paper coffee cup perched on a rock near the boat launch near the bridge at the south end of town. I approached carefully, so as not to frighten it, and was lucky enough to get this shot before it scurried for cover. You’ll forgive […] The po

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Just a dandelion gone to seed for today. I found it growing in a field off of Florence St. the other day. The post Blow Me Away appeared first on Stayton Oregon Daily Photo.

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These tree blossoms — are they cherry? — were looking pretty in the parking lot at Stayton Elementary School over the weekend. The post School Blossoms appeared first on

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Or maybe they’re just buddies. Whatever it is, they’re adorable. Thanks to guest photographer Maryann Nielson. (Yes, I know both of the mallards are male. Same-gender pairings can and do happen in the wild, so who’s to say what their story is. No political or religious debates, please. Thanks.) T

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Guest photographer Maryann Nielson spotted these adorable mallard ducks sleeping adorably on a log, and frankly, I find it adorable. Thanks, Maryann! Tomorrow I’ll post another duck photo from her, so stay tuned. The post Nap Time

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Yeah, stupid title, but it’s hard coming up with new ones every day. Anyway, this is once again the pedestrian bridge off of Florence St. But this time, it’s from a different angle, which makes it brand new and exciting. Or not. Whatever. The post

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Guest photographer Maryann Nielson sent along this gorgeous photo of some tree blossoms she took a few days ago. Simply lovely. Thanks, Maryann! The post Serenity appeared first on S

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This little bird was hanging out on a rock near the boat launch (see yesterday’s photo) at the Santiam River a few days ago. The post Bird On A Rock appeared first on Sta

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I went down to the boat ramp at the Santiam River next to the sand and gravel place a couple of days ago, and saw this guy back his boat down the boat ramp while I was there. He spent a good deal of time running the boat’s engine, but in the end, he didn’t […] The post

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The trees in front of the Jordan Bridge at Pioneer Park are finally in bloom. I was afraid I’d miss it, since it’s been raining off and on, but I was happy to see them yesterday when I went by. Now, if only they’d move those darn trash cans out from in front of the […] The post

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Guest photographer Denny Barnes brings us some hummingbirds today. His description: I had one little Rufous male that stayed here all winter but about a week ago the Anna’s showed up, mostly all females and they’ve pretty well taken over. The Rufous had the feeder all to himself and now he can hardly get to [

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Well, technically, it was just part of a field. Minor detail. I found these yellow flower things growing near the gravel road along Florence St., near the pedestrian bridge. I feel like I should know what they are, but nothing’s coming to mind. The post

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Guest photographer Denny Barnes once again brings us some stunning images of helicopters being used at a Christmas tree farm (Facebook/Google+ users, be sure to click through to see all of the images). His description: The Christmas Trees get kinda hungry this time of year so they were out feeding them yesterday. Feeding

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Just a sunset for today, as seen through some random weeds. Now that I think about it, all weeds are random, aren’t they? That’s what makes them weeds. I am so deep. The post A Final Farewell appeared first on

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