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The Stayton area continues to be a icy white realm. Today’s eerie but gorgeous image comes from guest photographer Jim Mullholand, and showcases the weather quite well. His description:
Temperatures in the 20′s combined with persistent fog for several days has left a thick layer of frosty ice on all the trees creating a winter wonderland. This was taken on the SW side of Franklin Butte just south of Scio.
Be sure to visit Jim’s web site for more of his beautiful photography. Thanks, Jim!
Guest photographer Jim Mullholand captured today’s stunning sunrise photo. His description:
The sun rises thru a layer of smoke from the wildfires near Sisters. Taken near Scio on Hwy 226 on Monday Sept 17th
The cause of the smoke is tragic, but at least a bit of beauty could be found. Thank you, Jim.
Guest photographer Jim Mullholand caught this duck in a rather interesting pose. His description:
This was taken at the pond by the park-n-ride next to Hwy 22 in Stayton. I was just taking photos of random ducks and this one started flapping its wings. I think it had been grooming and was drying off.
Very cool. Thanks, Jim.
Guest photographer Jim Mullholand spotted this raccoon in a cherry tree on his property, eating the cherries and breaking branches. I love how the raccoon is staring straight at the camera. So adorable. Thanks, Jim!
Guest photographer Jim Mullholand found something beautiful in his yard a couple of days ago. I think it’s an Oregon Swallowtail butterfly (if anyone knows, please leave a comment!). So very pretty. Thanks, Jim!
Guest photographer Jim Mullholand gets to see sunsets like the above from his house. From my house, I can only see a little sliver of the sunset, because the rest of it is covered up by trees and houses. So very beautiful. Thanks, Jim, as always.
Guest photographer Jim Mullholand scored a beauty with today’s photo. Here’s his extremely long description:
Bald Eagle near Albany. He flew right over me and landed on a pole.
That Jim, can’t get him to keep it short. For those wondering, Albany is a town about 25 miles southwest of Stayton. It’s close enough to Stayton when it comes to a photo like this. Thanks, Jim!