Guest photographer Tom Miller took today’s lovely image of Gilkey Bridge, also known as Thomas Creek Bridge, which span Thomas Creek near Scio. It was built in 1939, and looks quite a bit like the Jordan Bridge here in Stayton. Very pretty. Thanks, Tom!
Guest photographer Tom Miller decided to contribute to my recent rash of fog photos with his own foggy photo of St. Boniface Church in nearby Sublimity. And a fine photo it is. Thanks, Tom!
This is the bridge spanning the Santiam River just south of town, by the boat launch ramp next to the sand and gravel place. Yup, a bridge. And it was foggy. And I took a picture. And posted it here. And that’s all.
Guest photographer Tom Miller sent in these two lovely photos (click on the thumbnail at right to see the other one full size) of the Larwood Covered Bridge, which spans Crabtree Creek near Scio. Just a bit to the right of where these photos were taken is where the Roaring River flows into the creek, which is a geographical anomaly and pretty cool to see.
Why, yes, this is a picture of part of the power sub-station on the corner of Fern Ridge Rd. and 3rd Ave. So good of you to notice. Yes, it was taken just before sunset when I was sitting there waiting for the sky to do pretty things in the opposite direction. Yes, I have posted a fair number of sunset-oriented images recently. And, no, I don’t care. I like sunsets.