Photographing Oregon: A Guide to the Natural Landmarks of Oregon

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Graphie International, Incorporated, Mar 1, 2009 - Photography - 304 pages
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Photographing Oregon covers the most photogenic natural locations in beautiful Oregon, from the rugged coastline to the fertile Willamette Valley, through the Columbia River Gorge and over the Cascade Mountains, across the Great Basin high desert and Columbia Plateau to the eastern border. Come explore coastal cliffs and beaches, sand dunes, lighthouses, wildlife refuges, gardens, waterfalls, verdant valleys, volcanic peaks, unique rock formations, the deepest canyon in North America and remote desert outposts. 304 pages, 240+ outstanding color photographs, hundreds of locations covered, grained cover ideal for field use.

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Review: Photographing Oregon: A Guide to the Natural Landmarks of Oregon

User Review  - John Orman - Goodreads

Great review of locations to photograph in Oregon, splitting the state up into 13 areas. Nice review of best times to visit certain areas, month-by-month. I especially liked the section on Covered ... Read full review

Review: Photographing Oregon: A Guide to the Natural Landmarks of Oregon

User Review  - Deigh - Goodreads

So far I have found many new spots for day trips and perhaps some overnight outings in the book - well worth the investment to explore the state. Not a book you read through from cover to cover but more of reference to locales around the state. Read full review

About the author (2009)

For over 30 years, Greg Vaughn has wandered back roads and backcountry, mountains, valleys, beaches, deserts and islands, capturing images to share the beauty of nature and the wonders of the world.

Greg's photos regularly appear in travel-oriented magazines such as National Geographic Traveler, Backpacker, VIA, Travel Oregon and Islands.

He has worked with a number of calendar and book publishing companies and he is the sole or principal photographer for several books in the Compass American Guides series of travel handbooks. His stock photography is distributed worldwide through agents Getty Images, Alamy, ViewfindersNW and Pacific Stock.

His photography has won several awards, including honors from PRINT Magazine, the Hawaii Visitors Bureau and the Society of American Travel Writers.

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