Guest photographer Denny Barnes sent this adorable photo of an adorable sheep out in the adorable snow by an adorable fence, from back when it was still adorably snowing. Adorable. Thanks, Denny.
This photo by guest photographer Denny Barnes of these birds on a bird feeder in his yard looks like a painting. It’s just so idyllic and… well, painterly. That snow falling around them is just gorgeous. Thanks, Denny!
By the way, Happy Valentine’s Day to everyone everywhere. I was going to get all of you chocolates, but was stuck at home because of all the snow we had. Bummer.
Guest photographer Denny Barnes has one of the best seats in the house when it comes to getting scenic views. He lives in the hills just outside of Stayton, and this was the view a handful of mornings ago outside his office window. So danged pretty. Thanks, Denny!
Speaking of guest photographers, you guys really came through! You’ve sent me so many snow photos, I’ll still be running them for several days after the snow is all gone.
Guest photographer Su Yoder took this picture of the Stayton High School on Locust St. a few days ago. It’s hard to tell what’s what, with all that white stuff.
It’s hard to believe Stayton saw so much snow. It’s finally starting to melt some, but it’s still all over the place. And, of course, I have plenty more snow photos to post. Thanks, Su!
We have a new guest photographer today! Ruth McWayne, wife of another guest photographer Greg McWayne, sent in a couple of photos she took of a robin’s nest in a tree in her neighborhood in Sublimity. As she put it, there’s “No room for birds!” The snow saw to that.
Click on the thumbnail at right to see a close-up of the nest. Thanks, Ruth!