Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams was being rather observant when she spotted this heart-shaped cloud formation. Love is everywhere, y’all. Thanks, Terri Jo.
Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams spotted this excellent display of creativity in nearby Sublimity. Her description:
This is recycling at its finest ! I saw this display in Sublimity before Halloween. After that was over with, they added a few things and made it into a Thanksgiving display. Then they threw santa hats on the scarecrows and turned it into a Christmas display ! Clever clever !!!
I love it. Thanks, Terri, and thanks to the person or people responsible for the display.
Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams spotted this interesting airplane contrail. Her description:
Saw this the other evening and thought it was sorta interesting. It’s a plane! It’s a bird! No, it’s a plane ! heehee.. the way the sun hit the contrails, along with the high cloud cover, really made the whole thing interesting.
That’s interesting. I wonder why it was going down like that? Thanks, Terri Jo!
Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams is already lamenting the change in weather autumn has brought. Her description:
In the coming days, weeks, and months….while we sit in our houses, all depressed about the weather….we all can take a look at this photo I got just a few of nights ago on my way home….. well, that didn’t cheer me up at all. . .
Cheer up, Terri Jo. There will be blue skies even during as the weather turns colder and rainier. And we’ll appreciate them as they come.
Please help find Stanley the therapy dog!!
A therapy dog from Santiam Hospital went missing a few days ago, so if you’re in the area, please be on the look out for him. He’s an 85 pound labradoodle. Click on the thumbnail at right to see what he looks like. Contact info is on this Craigslist ad, and there’s a Facebook group with several photos of Stanley. Thanks!
Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams attended the car show at the Jordan Chicken Dinner even in nearby Scio yesterday, and took a whole bunch of awesome images of the awesome cars on display. I made a little slideshow thingie which you can peruse through and see all the pretties. Thanks, Terri Jo!
Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams spotted these cars “patiently waiting for destruction at the Sublimity Harvest Festival 2014.” It’s good they’re at peace with their fate.
Speaking of the Harvest Festival — I’m not sure I’ll be able to attend this year. I will be having a bunch of dental work done today, and I’m not sure I’ll feel up to doing much of anything this weekend. If you are going and want to submit some photos to be posted here, that would be awesome. Check out the Contribute A Photo section for details. Thanks!
Turbo is guest photographer Terri Jo Adams’ dog, who was outstanding in his field (insert rimshot here) in the photo. Terri Jo’s description:
I like to call this “Turbo with Angry Sun watching” ….. on top of that, the sky sorta looks a little tee’d off also. . . dog didn’t notice all that, they’re great at living in the moment … Anyway, I took this Aug 5th – I believe all of the angry-ness stems from the wildfires burning all around the state. I’d be angry too.
Yup, so I would I. Thanks, Terri Jo!
Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams decided to take us on a little trip to the Oregon Coast today, and that’s just fine by me. She says:
I love Stayton. You love Stayton. Everybody who visits “StaytonDailyPhoto” loves Stayton. However, once in a while we need a break. My sister (Renae) and I recently went to the coast where i was able to snap this peaceful picture of seagulls, driftwood, sand, and ocean. It was tricky and not all that easy to get a photo in between rain squalls, but I managed. …Now back to our regularly scheduled program, which is Stayton.
Stayton area garden tour is Sunday (June 22nd, noon to 5pm)
For those in the area, be sure to check out the annual garden tour, put on by the Santiam Heritage Foundation (more info is on their web site. I’ll be taking pictures at as many of the gardens I can get to on my scooter, so look for a short, bespeckled, round person with a camera, and say ‘hi.’