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Historic Ashland Armory packed and ready for Burning Man

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2013 Ashland Independent Film Festival – Historic Ashland Armory

Today’s photo is a reverse angle, taken a few hours earlier, of what I posted a couple days ago. I took this before the showing of “Ritual” (a short documentary) and “SPARK: A Burning Man Story.”

2013 Ashland Independent Film Festival is over

AIFF-2013 Ashland Armory empty interior

Historic Ashland Armory all cleaned up and ready for another day of films

I was a volunteer photographer at this year’s AIFF. The project consumed more of my time than I was expecting, but one of the rewards was being able to see things that typical attendees of the festival miss. One of those things is what the Ashland Armory looks like at midnight, after the final showing of the day, after being cleaned up and prepared for the next day of events.

Another foggy cemetery scene

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Ashland Cemetery

And the Mayan Apocalypse begins…

Foggy Ashland Cemetery

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Ashland Cemetery in the fog

Ashland panorama between storms

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It’s not everyday that you get the chance to stand on the roof of a two-story, Victorian Italianate house built in 1883 near downtown Ashland. When that opportunity affords itself on a day (near the end of autumn) when half the town is getting rained on and the other half is under a bright blue sky you count yourself lucky. Today’s photo is about a 300 degree panorama I photomerged together. For loads more details click on the above image. Depending on your browser you may want to click on it again for even more detail. See if you can find the Ashland Springs Hotel, Wagner Butte, the Historic Ashland Armory, and Grizzly Peak. If you look really closely you can also see Puck’s Donuts, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Modern Barber Shop, and the Ashland Wine Cellar.

Ashland Cemetery in Autumn

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The fall season and cemeteries seem to go hand in hand. Neither looks quite right without the other.

For more on Ashland’s 132-year-old cemetery, click here.

Ducks on the pond

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Some Oregon Ducks for you today… These ducks aren’t from the University of Oregon in Eugene. No, these ducks were enjoying the day in Lithia Park’s Upper Duck Pond which will be celebrating its 100 year anniversary in just three more years.

Fox Oakland Theater

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I spent the last couple days in the San Francisco Bay Area. The highlight of the trip was the Mastodon/Opeth/Ghost show at the Fox Theater, a beautiful venue built almost 100 years ago and recently restored. I’ll be posting more photos from the concert on my other blog.

Umphrey’s McGee @ Historic Ashland Armory

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Ryan Stasik bassist Umphrey's McGee

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Jake Cinninger guitar vocals Umphrey's McGee

Photos from the Martin Luther King Jr. event at the Historic Ashland Armory

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The standing-room-only audience at the Historic Ashland Armory prepares for the celebration

Ben Baden rapper

Ben Baden raps about Dr. King

Sign language rapping

I should have taken a video of the lady doing the sign language while Ben Baden was doing his Martin Luther King Jr. rap. A single photo can’t capture how entertaining her performance was.

ashland oregon Flag Team and Teen Theatre of Crater High School

Flag Team and Teen Theatre of Crater High School

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