Guest photographer Dorothy Loftin took this photo of last night’s sunset, and boy is it pretty. Thanks so much, Dorothy!
On my way home (two nights ago) the sky was beautiful. It was great to have a little bit of sun shine after the white week. These pictures were taken just outside of Jefferson Oregon.
That is a welcome sight, after a week of snow and cold. Click on the thumbnail on the upper right to see another shot of the sunset. Thanks, Dorothy!
Guest photographer Dorothy Loftin took some field burning photos yesterday, and she had a lot to of fields to choose from. Her description:
Fields were aflame today on my way home from work. These were taken at the corner of Sandner and Stayton-Scio Rd. today where I could see the smoke plumes from no less than 5 field burning fires.
Be sure to click on the panorama above to see it larger because it’s pretty awesome, and click on the thumbnails below to see a couple more views. Thanks, Dorothy!
Just a baby praying mantis. It was pretty still for the photo shoot but decided he wanted to take off after a few shots.
Awesome! Thanks, Dorothy.
A masked bandit has been seen around Stayton in recent days, and no garbage can is safe.
Witness Dorothy Loftin risked her personal safety to get photos of the alleged culprit. “He was walking around like he owned the place,” she said, still shaken from being so close to the apparent criminal.
The suspect is described as being short, furry, and rather cute. The suspect is considered armed and dangerous.
We here at Stayton Daily Photo want to remind everyone to remain at a safe distance and do not engage.
Please examine the photos below to familiarize yourself with the suspect. If seen, do not call authorities. If possible, please obtain additional photographic evidence and send them to us. We appreciate your assistance in this ongoing investigation.
I posted a photo yesterday by guest photographer Dorothy Loftin showing some early signs of spring. Well, she outdid that for today, with actual flowers! These are early spring crocus, which I find to be beautiful. Thanks, Dorothy!