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Corners of Oregon

Oregon takes geography, climate and landscapes in many different directions. There’s a temperate rainforest on the heavily timbered Coast Range, rolling green through the Willamette Valley’s mild-weathered bread and wine basket, colder high alpine temperatures along the spine of the snowcapped Cascade Range, a high desert oasis in Central Oregon and a true desert climate of southeastern Oregon. We’ve culled photos from readers’ amazing submissions over the course of 2014 to bring you this photographic tour. A special thanks to all of you who have sent us photos. Keep ‘em coming!

Kate Kranzush

Late summer at No Name Lake near Broken Top in the Central Oregon Cascades.

Max Monty

Abiqua Falls in the Willamette Valley near Silverton.

Corey Bruce

Scoping waves at Oswald West State Park on the Oregon Coast.

Dean Artis

Wahclella Falls near the Bonneville Dam.

Douglas Keder

The Vista House at Crown Point on the Columbia River Gorge.

Gregg Kerber

Fort Rock at sunrise in Central Oregon.

Gregg Kerber

Thomas Creek (Gilkey) Covered Bridge in Scio, the “Covered Bridge Capital of the West.”

Jim Scott

Waves crashing into Tillamook Rock Lighthouse on the Oregon Coast, between Seaside and Cannon Beach.

Ken Smith

Daffodils and Oregon State Capitol from the Capitol Mall.

Manuel Entrambasaguas

Aerial view of Mt. Hood and Mt. Jefferson on a flight from Portland.

Paul Didsayabutra

Thor’s Well at Cape Perpetua on the central Oregon Coast, south of Yachats.

Paul Miller

Rusty car and homestead in a field near Harmony in Eastern Oregon.

Sandra Hull

An abandoned church outside of Moro, Eastern Oregon.

Steve McKinzie

A herd of big horn sheep near the John Day River.

Tyrone Marshall

The Native Son beaches at Cape Kiwanda after a day of dory fishing.

Wesley Chancellor
Man’s best friends pose for a portrait at Trillium Lake, Mt. Hood area.

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