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New Life

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.

A black crake chick five days after hatching at the Oregon Zoo.  Photo by Michael Durham

A black crake chick five days after hatching at the Oregon Zoo. Photo by Michael Durham

Maria Cisneros with daughter and baby Ahyzel at Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital.  Photo by Peter Marbach

Maria Cisneros with daughter and baby Ahyzel at Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital. Photo by Peter Marbach

A Pendleton farmer inspects grains of wheat from his harvest.  Photo by Chantell Reid

A Pendleton farmer inspects grains of wheat from his harvest. Photo by Chantell Reid

Evening Strolls

After a long day, several of our photographers closed out the day-long shoot with evening strolls outdoors. Today we're sharing a few of these images from late in the day on July 15th.

The golden hour during an evening walk around the wheat fields.  Photo by John Bennett

The golden hour during an evening walk around the wheat fields. Photo by John Bennett

Andrew Dow (left) and his father, Doug, (and Jack the dog) enjoy the view from Mount Pisgah shortly after sunset. The hill, rising about a thousand feet above the surrounding area, is a popular hiking spot, offering panoramic views of the southern Willamette Valley.  Photo by Rob Romig

Andrew Dow (left) and his father, Doug, (and Jack the dog) enjoy the view from Mount Pisgah shortly after sunset. The hill, rising about a thousand feet above the surrounding area, is a popular hiking spot, offering panoramic views of the southern Willamette Valley. Photo by Rob Romig

Moon, Hawthorne Bridge and Portland cityscape from the Vera Katz Esplanade under the Hawthrone Bridge ramp.  Photo by Sue Zalokar

Moon, Hawthorne Bridge and Portland cityscape from the Vera Katz Esplanade under the Hawthrone Bridge ramp. Photo by Sue Zalokar