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Sunny Silhouette

They are beautiful most places, but we like to think that Oregon has some of the best sunrises and sunsets. Today's featured photographers made use of the light to create beautiful silhouettes.

Camping at Cape Lookout State Park.  Photo by Liz Devine

Camping at Cape Lookout State Park. Photo by Liz Devine

Sunrise at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, 30 miles from Burns.  Photo by Keith Skelton

Sunrise at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, 30 miles from Burns. Photo by Keith Skelton

Prayer flags in the first light of day; Andrews School, Andrews, Oregon.  Photo by John Simpkins

Prayer flags in the first light of day; Andrews School, Andrews, Oregon. Photo by John Simpkins

Happy New Year!

As the sun sets on 2013, we wish you a happy and healthy start to the new year. Our New Year's resolution? To share more photos in new ways in 2014.

North and west of Coos Bay is the North Spit, an unpopulated, windswept sand spit that separates the lower Coos Bay estuary from the Pacific Ocean. The sun dropped slowly to the horizon, and the air turned yellowish orange in the glow of its setting.  Photo by John Bragg

North and west of Coos Bay is the North Spit, an unpopulated, windswept sand spit that separates the lower Coos Bay estuary from the Pacific Ocean. The sun dropped slowly to the horizon, and the air turned yellowish orange in the glow of its setting. Photo by John Bragg