Posts tagged terri jo adams
We have another set of “then and now” images for today (see also: Etzel farm — then and now)!
Terri Jo Adams, who volunteers at the Santiam Historical Museum, found this old undated photo (top) of the water tower on E. Regis St. Since there’s no date, it makes me wonder how long that star has been perched on top of the water tower. It used to be lit every year, with white lights on the star and red lights on the “S.”
The bottom image is one I took of the water tower a couple of nights ago at sunset. The tower looks pretty much the same, with the exception of the stuff at the top to make the water tower do double duty as a cell tower. My photo was taken at a different angle, and of course, that cool looking moon wasn’t to be found.
Thanks, Terri Jo!
Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams spotted this post outside the Gardner House on 3rd Ave. a couple of days ago, and was wondering what it’s for. Is it for a future sign of some sort? How long has that post been there? Is it lonely? Should I go there and give it a hug?
So, so many questions.
Thanks, Terri Jo.
Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams is over the bloom for her cacti. Her description:
My wonderful (and cooperative) cacti decided to bloom again. This will make three times this year that they’ve bloomed, and from the looks of it, they may have one more “event” left in ‘em for the year. I’ve never seen cactus bloom so often. In my eyes, these say “summer” !!!!! I love ‘em !
They are cute little buggers. Thanks, Terri Jo!
Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams spotted this curious site the other day. Her description:
I happened to be near Buena Vista ferry yesterday (8/14/2013) and ran across this chair. No reason for it to be where it was. It wasn’t a bus stop or anything like that. Just a chair…..in a field….by the road. . . maybe the man “outstanding in his field” gets tired now and then and needs a break?
That reminds me of a line from a video game some random background characters would say… something about wanting chairs out on the street. Looks good to me. Thanks, Terri Jo.
It’s farm field burning time again, and guest photographer Terri Jo Adams captured one:
The first field fire of the season – I captured it with camera on the 17th. There was one earlier, on the 16th, however I didn’t have my camera with me that day. . . live and learn.
Yup, always carry your camera. You just never know what you will see. Thanks, Terri Jo.
Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams brings us this moment of zen:
I just love the sunset over this grove of firs across the road from my house… makes me feel that all is good in the world…..
It’s a lovely site. Thanks, Terri Jo!
Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams brings us today’s photo of a lovely scene of what appears to be water irrigation lines on a farm field at sunset. Her description:
I snapped this pic on my way home on the 14th. It makes me think of summer time in Oregon!
Indeed it does. Thanks, Terri Jo!