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.
The video we're sharing today may have been produced by Michael Durham, but the real author is Tasul, a polar bear at the Oregon Zoo. Tasul wore the camera in order to test a new research collar that will be used on wild bears.
If you have been able to visit our exhibit in Hood River over the past week, we hope you spent a few minutes watching images scroll by on a video monitor in the lobby. The monitor features an image from each and every photographer who participated in the project. Below is a sample of images included around the theme of buildings.
Spring has arrived and the longer days and buds on the trees have got us thinking about new life. Luckily, several of our photographers captured images that show life's beginning in a variety of ways.
For many Oregonians, working with animals is a way of life. This week we're sharing just a few of many photos featuring people and animals. We'd also like to wish you and your family and friends a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Oregon is home to more than 400 species of birds, making us fifth in bird species diversity in the United States. Several shooters captured members of Oregon's bird population on July 15th -- we hope you enjoy their beautiful images!