This little guy/girl decided to stop and pose for me at Pioneer Park a couple of days ago. I’ve decided to name him or her Sam. Sam the Squirrel.
Guest photographer Hugo sent along this very lovely photo. His description:
I took this photo at my favorite spot in Salem…Walter L. Wirth Lake. The geese had been fighting for mating rights (typical male behavior) and this feather fell exactly as you see it. The plantain and the two flower petals just called to me to take this picture.
I love it. Thanks as always, Hugo, for your contribution. You rock.
Photo is copyright © Hugo. All rights reserved. Do not copy or reproduce in any way without permission of photographer.
So, I am officially desperate for photos to post. If the rain would just stop for a day or two, I could go out and take photos of… um, well. Something. I think. Is there anything left in this town I haven’t already posted a photo of? Anyway, this photo was actually taken last month, down at a little duck pond off of Fern Ridge Rd.
Calling all photographers (young, old, good, bad, whatever!):
I’d love you dearly if you’d contribute a photo or twenty to this here blog! Anything in or around Stayton (and I define that loosely, believe me, so Salem, Scio, Turner, Mehama, etc., are all good) would be awesome. And the photo doesn’t have to be new. You don’t have to be a pro (goodness knows I’m not), just as long as the photo is yours and it shows something vaguely interesting, in keeping with the theme of this blog. Whatever that is. I’ve even posted camera phone pictures. Head on over to Contribute a Photo section for more info.
I’m kind of out of photos to post at the moment, so here’s a photo of clouds! Wow! Very exciting! I took this photo the other day just off of 10th Ave., near the hospital.
Hey, um… wanna contribute a photo? Please? If so, head on over to the incredibly cleverly titled Contribute a Photo section to read all about it.
Since I’ve been posting photos from Pioneer Park over the last couple of days, I figured I might as well go for another. This footbridge runs parallel to Jordan Bridge, which I posted yesterday (and a gajillion times before). I’ve posted photos of this footbridge before, too. Stayton is such a small town.