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Category Archives: oregon
A COUPLE MORE AT TILLAMOOK
I cannot tell you why it is that I like this composition – I did enough to take it, and it still is appealing to me.
HORIZONTAL OCTOPUS TREE
Most “octopus” trees that I encountered, are Sitka Spruce trees that are growing atop a stump of a logged tree. Here in the coastal environs of northern California and southern Oregon the stumps are usually redwood or spruce. In my … Continue reading
I shared the black and white image today at the Redwood Camera Club meeting and critique. The image is of the Rogue River in nearby Oregon.
OVERLOOKING A PORTION OF THE OREGON TRAIL ON A STORMY DAY
I took this photograph on Wednesday in Oregon.
COQUILLE LIGHT HOUSE
Here is another composition of the lighthouse.
I CANNOT THINK OF A TITLE THAT WOULD NOT OFFEND SOMEONE
I leave it up to one’s imagination.
A CIRCULAR VISIT TO OREGON
Lisa and I went on a little trip to Oregon. This was one of our first stops.
BUNKER TURNED HOBBIT HOUSE
This building/bunker of the old Fort Stevens appears to have taken a new role.
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