Lynn Woodward

Hood River Exhibit Opens Tomorrow

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.

Dilapidated homestead with its water pump windmill contrasted with modern wind turbines.  Photo by Lynn Woodward

Dilapidated homestead with its water pump windmill contrasted with modern wind turbines. Photo by Lynn Woodward

Cyclists race at Portland International Raceway.  Photo by Tim LaBarge

Cyclists race at Portland International Raceway. Photo by Tim LaBarge

The Hood River airport and surroundings as seen from a Cessna 172.  Photo by Brian Burk

The Hood River airport and surroundings as seen from a Cessna 172. Photo by Brian Burk

Working with Animals

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!

Worth Johnston, age 10, helps with afternoon milking at the Johnston family dairy south of Tillamook.  Photo by Joe Wrabek

Worth Johnston, age 10, helps with afternoon milking at the Johnston family dairy south of Tillamook. Photo by Joe Wrabek

Ben Willett wrangles a heritage sheep with Ian Silvernail on their farm outside Corvallis, OR at 7:26 pm.  Photo by Christopher Onstott

Ben Willett wrangles a heritage sheep with Ian Silvernail on their farm outside Corvallis, OR at 7:26 pm. Photo by Christopher Onstott

Gary Landers of Wild Wings Raptor Rehabilitation in Sisters brings a red-tailed Hawk, Mercy, out for a check-up. Mercy cannot be released into the wild, but serves as a foster parent for other redtails that arrive for rehab.  Photo by Lynn Woodward

Gary Landers of Wild Wings Raptor Rehabilitation in Sisters brings a red-tailed Hawk, Mercy, out for a check-up. Mercy cannot be released into the wild, but serves as a foster parent for other redtails that arrive for rehab. Photo by Lynn Woodward