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February 10th, 2016

Photo Of The Day By Clifford Paguio

Posted By Kristan Ashworth
Photo By Clifford Paguio
Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Look Down” by Clifford Paguio and was shot with a DJI Inspire 1 at Mt. Hood, Oregon. “This was taken when snowing in Mt. Hood Territory in Oregon,” said Paguio. “I had a 5-10 minutes window to fly my drone to captured this image.” Photo of the Day is …
 
February 4th, 2015

Photo of the Day by Douglas Arnet

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
'White River Twilight' by Douglas Arnet
Today’s Photo of the Day was submitted to the Your Favorite Places Gallery by Douglas Arnet. “There are so many beautiful places around Mt. Hood in Oregon that it’s easy to overlook some of them. White River Canyon is on the Southeast side of the mountain. In late summer during periods of extended warmth, the …
 
December 12th, 2014

Photo of the Day by John Donovan

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
'Roma Falls' by John Donovan
John Donovan captured movement and unique rainbow color in the image ‘Roma Falls’, which he submitted to the Your Favorite Places Gallery. “A lovely 3 mile walk through the forest toward Mt. Hood in 75+ degree heat, suddenly turns 20 degrees cooler with the wonderful flow of these falls from Mt. Hood. The sun was at …
 
August 19th, 2014

Twilight Assignment Winner Christopher Fridley

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
'Mt. Hood Sunset' by Christopher Fridley
Congratulations  to Christopher Fridley for winning the Twilight Assignment! “On a photo road trip in July 2014 down to the Mount Hood, Oregon region to explore the areas’ lakes, trails, waterfalls and Mt Hood itself, my wife and I spent our anniversary evening among about twenty other photographers gathered at the shoreline of the lake. …
 
April 4th, 2014

Behind The Shot: “Morning Has Broken” by Lori Grimmett – Jonsrud Viewpoint, Sandy, Oregon

Posted By David Alexander Willis
fog rolls in over Mount Hood and the forest in Sandy, Oregon
Up at 4 AM, my friend Connie and I planned to arrive well before sunrise to capture the vibrant colors of dawn. Getting lost on our way was not part of our plan and had us running to set up as the pink sky began to fade. Within minutes of our arrival, the color dissipated …