Andy Cripe

The Road Ahead

Project Dayshoot was a journey that many photographers and videographers took together. As we share the fruits of that journey, we're inviting Oregonians to experience the state with us in a whole new way. Today's group of photos symbolize the journey we're on together as Oregonians.

A row of trees is reflected in the hood of a car as it enters the road home.  Photo by Rebecca Akporiaye

A row of trees is reflected in the hood of a car as it enters the road home. Photo by Rebecca Akporiaye

Two cars make their way down a straight stretch of U.S. Highway 197 near Criterion Summit.  Photo by Paul Colvin

Two cars make their way down a straight stretch of U.S. Highway 197 near Criterion Summit. Photo by Paul Colvin

A car leaves a trail of dust as it heads west on Finley Road just south of Corvallis.  Photo by Andy Cripe

A car leaves a trail of dust as it heads west on Finley Road just south of Corvallis. Photo by Andy Cripe

Panorama

In this week's update, we've included several of the panoramic landscapes that were photographed on July 15th. The first panorama of the Portland waterfront, by Mike Franz, was created using Gigapan technology. You can see it using the link below.

An unidentified couple walk their dog at 6:15 a.m. at Fitton Green Natural Area just outside Corvallis.  Photo by Andy Cripe  

An unidentified couple walk their dog at 6:15 a.m. at Fitton Green Natural Area just outside Corvallis. Photo by Andy Cripe 

Crater Lake National Park. Photo by Larry Turner

Crater Lake National Park. Photo by Larry Turner