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Yaquina Lighthouse from Nye Beach

Yaquina Lighthouse from Nye Beach

Today’s photo comes from our Thanksgiving in Newport.

Crater Lake sunrise

Crater Lake sunrise

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Mt. Hood from Trillium Lake

Mt. Hood from Trillium Lake

Umbrella Falls

Umbrella Falls

You can find Umbrella Falls on the south side of Mt. Hood.

Ashland’s (Isaac) Hill Cemetery

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Cemetery on Emigrant Lake

More details about this place can be found here and here.

City of Ashland plaque… in Guanajuato, Mexico

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City of Ashland (Guanajuato 1999)

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This year is the 50th year of partnership between the cities of Ashland, Oregon and Guanajuato, Mexico. I happen to be in Mexico at the moment, teaching at the University of Guanajuato. A few days ago I took a bus from the center of Guanajuato to the bus station (so that I could change buses and head to San Miguel de Allende). I was surprised to see a giant mural of Ashland out the bus window on the left. So yesterday I headed back to that location for a closer look. Behind the mural was this plaque commemorating the 30 year anniversary. Photos of the mural coming here soon…

Pre-storm autumn sunrise

Pre-storm autumn sunrise with colorful Japanese maples

Last week’s sunrise before a day of, at times, heavy rain couldn’t have been much better–especially with our Japanese maples beginning to show off their fall colors.

National Creek

National Creek just above National Creek Falls

Wedding at the Green Springs

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Mt. Thielsen from Diamond Lake

Mount Thielsen from Diamond Lake

We spent the past weekend near Smith Rock in Central Oregon. Today’s photo comes from a short break we took on the way home. 70 degrees, no people, and a faint smell of campfire to go along with the fresh, mountain air.

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