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ABOUT THE BLOG:

Stayton, Oregon, USA, resides in the mid-Willamette Valley in the northwestern part of Oregon. Its population is about 7,700 people. It’s a pretty town with a lot of trees, a nifty covered bridge (Stayton-Jordan Bridge), and various other things you’ll find documented here. I post a new photo every single day. Sometimes more than one.

If you want to use one of the photos on this blog for your own blog or other site, please ask first! I usually give permission. Thanks.

This blog was started at Blogger on May 30th, 2006, but was moved to WordPress on December 30, 2008.

VIEW ON YOUR SMARTPHONE:

QRJust visit staytondailyphoto.com via most Smartphones (iPhone, Blackberry, etc.) or iPod Touch, and a special version of the site will appear. If you want to view the full version, just scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the link.

Or you can scan the QR code at the right with a code reader to be taken directly to staytondailyphoto.com.

ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER:

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Stayton Daily Photo was started on May 30, 2006, and is run by me, Celine Chamberlin. All photos were taken by me, unless otherwise noted. All photographs are copyright of their respective authors. All Rights Reserved. Don’t steal them.

I’ve lived in Stayton all my life. Yay for me.

I have another photoblog called Photos By Celine, to which I post sporadically.

For those who care, I use a Canon Rebel T2i, with a small variety of lenses. For the first year or so of the blog, I used a Kodak P850, then I used a Canon Rebel XT, until it died and the awesome people who follow me on here and on Facebook donated the money to replace it with the T2i.

If you live in the area, read the newspaper, and have a long memory, I wrote a weekly column for the Statesman Journal newspaper called Internet Explorer. It ran from 1998 to 2000. I think. It was a long time ago.

Visit these links for more of my photography, or to purchase my work:

ABOUT THE WORDPRESS THEME:

I sometimes get asked what theme I use on this blog. It’s Pinboard.

AND, FINALLY…:

Have a happy day. That’s an order.


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