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14 Photos From Our Oregon Community

written by the staff at 1859 Magazine


In November 2016, we reintroduced the Oregon Postcard contest and the response from the community was astounding. Since then, we have received more than 100 photographs from every corner of the state.

We’ve been sent many compelling photos, but only a handful will be selected as winners.* To showcase more of our great photographers, we gathered fourteen of our favorite submissions here. As a part of Oregon’s 158th birthday celebration, enjoy images our state’s vast and various landscapes, provided by your very own Oregon neighbors.

*Note: The photos selected below were not chosen as the winning photographs for the Oregon Postcard contest. For more information about how and when winners are selected, head to the Oregon Postcard submission page.
photo by Clifford Paguio
photo by Masamichi Kishiku
photo by Alice Crowley
photo by Joan Martelli
Photo by Daniel McWilliams
photo by Santiago Benson
photo by Rick Gaskell
photo by Danielle Ridgeway
photo by Lauren Maier
photo by Stephanie Brown
photo by Fred Rogers
photo by Sheri Clapp
photo by Karen Springer
photo by Nick Freeman
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