Here’s another shot from the hoar frost which covered Stayton for several days last month. I can’t help posting another, because it was so danged beautiful. This was taken from the pedestrian bridge of off Florence St.
Can you stand one more photo from the great January Hoarfrostfest? I haven’t been feeling well, so I haven’t gone out to take photos. Well, I take that back. I went out two nights ago to take pictures of the sunset, but my camera’s battery was dead, so I didn’t get very far.
This was taken from the pedestrian bridge off of Florence St.
I discovered I had overlooked a frost photo from the big hoar frost we had last month. This one is by guest photographer Terri Jo Adams. Thanks, Terri Jo!
I have some more frost images I took I haven’t posted… if I run out of other things, I might be posting those here and there. We’ll see out it goes.
We have a new guest photographer today! Tom Miller sent in this gorgeous photo of a frost-covered tree taken in the Pleasant Valley area. Thank you, Tom!
Be sure to visit Tom’s site, Oregon Fotos, for more of his photography.
Guest photographer Jon Goodman was worried I was tired of photos of the recent hoar frost. As if. This photo is gorgeous, so I didn’t not hesitate to post it. There are two more I will be posting in the next few days, as well.
This was taken at an old pioneer cemetery off Anderson Rd., near Sublimity. Thanks, Jon!
Guest photographer Maryann Nielson captured this gorgeous scene of the Jordan Bridge at Pioneer Park surrounded by hoar frost. So pretty. Thanks, Maryann!