Where the air is a little bit fresher, the mountains are a little higher, and the wilderness is a little more rugged.
The Oregon Country Fair, a place where Oregon's weirdest talents meet to perform, create, and inspire. Shot on assignment for a collaboration with Travel Oregon and the University of Oregon.
It’s not every day that you meet a third generation printer in a one man shop creating quality letterpress printing. I also don't normally get to adventure through the backyards of Eugene’s local orchard growers. What can I say, this week was anything but ordinary.
Nine miles north-west of Mitchell, the Painted Hills are one of three territories in the John Day Fossil Beds. Covered with red marbled designs formed over 35 million years ago from volcanic eruptions and changing climate patterns, these glorious hills are one of Oregon's best landscapes.