Below are links to expositions written on experiences in; or about; the State of Oregon.
Oregon Lighthouses Written by Oregonian reporter Terry Richard, this is a useful guide to Oregon's lighthouses.
The photos have been grouped by region. Clicking on the region heading will take you to the appropriate gallery.
|A waterfall on the way to the top of Mary's Peak in the Coast Range||View from Hwy. 53 near Mohler||In case you were wondering where the ocean is||Hecata Head lighthouse||Dunes National Monument||The town of North Bend. At 5 PM. On a weekday.|
|Human sundial in Seaside||Statue of Lewis & Clark in Seaside||This scene speaks for itself||A street in Rockaway Beach on which I will not be living|
|View of the city of Albany||An old sign on a building in Albany||Foggy woods||Mural of the Four Freedoms in Silverton||Original Oregon valley prairie||A fairly impressive dust devil|
|Wildflowers by the road||Mt. Hood from the Portland Zoo|
|Lake Detroit from the dam||Mt. Hood||Mt. Jackson||Mt. Washington||Three Sisters||Shooting range East of Lebanon|
|Looking East on Hwy. 20||Panorama from Pilot Butte in Bend||A llama in Sisters|
|Golden hills in the Gorge||A fish ladder at a hatchery||A fish in action||Holding tanks at a hatchery||A study of fire escapes in the town of Hood River|
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