In this video by Marc Boussat, Oregonians enjoy the evening Grants Pass' Reinhart Volunteer Park. The last shot in the video is a view of the Caveman Bridge from the bank of the Rogue River.
Whether for logging and manufacturing today, or dredging for gold in the past, many Oregonian's have had jobs operating machinery. Today we're sharing a few photos celebrating this hard work.
Did you hear the news this past week? An Oregon Great Dane ate 43 and a half socks, which fortunately were able to be surgically removed by a Portland-area veterinary hospital. In honor of this Oregon dog, today we're sharing images of a few more of man's best friends.
As summer comes to a close, students across Oregon are heading back to school. Today we're sharing a few images of Oregon schools, some historical and some still in use.
"It relaxes me," says Dene Bish, of James Excell's Celtic folk harp music. "It alleviates my headaches, reduces tension, tremors and rigidity. Often the effects will last through the evening, until I go to sleep." Bish suffers from Multiple Systems Atrophy and is under hospice care in her home. She looks forward to weekly visits from Excell.
Biking is both recreation and an important mode of transportation for people throughout Oregon, and our photographers captured many images of bikes and their riders. Today we're sharing a few of them.
Today we're sharing some interesting signs that photographers found as they captured images for Project Dayshoot. Old or new, they add character to their communities.
It's nearly August in Oregon, and our state is absolutely beautiful. There's nothing quite like a Pacific Northwest summer, so today we're sharing a few of the many photos we collected that capture aspects of what makes Oregon summers so wonderful. Enjoy!
From the ocean to the rivers to our many lakes and ponds, fishing is both a hobby and a way of life for Oregonians across the state. Today we're sharing a few photos of fishing in action.