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.
Our image collection was created in the summer (a year ago next Tuesday July 15th!), so quite a few of the photos feature water, a key part of an Oregon summer, for recreation, gardening, and as a key feature of our beautiful state.
This week we wish everyone a happy and safe Independence Day weekend. We've chosen to share a few photos that capture the spirit of the holiday.
It's about time that we shared a video with you again! Today's video by Michael Ober is a wonderful time-lapse showing the sunrise in Portland over I-84.
Agriculture and forestry are both important parts of Oregon's economy. Today's images show the beauty of a few of the plants that Oregon produces.
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.
Tomorrow at 7pm, our new exhibit at the Columbia Center for the Arts in Hood River will be kicking off with a presentation by several project participants. We hope you'll join us! In the meantime, today we're sharing one last preview of a few of the images that will be part of the exhibit.
Summer is almost here, and it looks like this weekend will give us another taste! In anticipation of all the fun we can have out on the water in the coming months, today we're sharing photos of a few Oregon children enjoying Oregon rivers, lakes and reservoirs.
Our exhibit at the Columbia Center for the Arts in Hood River is just around the corner! We hope you can join us for the kick-off presentation on Thursday June 5th at 7pm. If not, stop by and take a peek any time in June. In the meantime, today we're sharing three photos that will be part of the exhibit.
It sure feels like summer out there! In honor of the warmth outside, today's installment of our Oregonians at Work series features jobs done in the heat.
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