Oregon: Portrait of a State

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Graphic Arts Center Publishing Co., 2002 - Photography - 110 pages
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The diversity of ocean beaches and high desert, majestic mountains and lush valleys, and---of course, the scenic Columbia River Gorge are what makes Oregon both unique and beloved. Rich Schafer's magnificent images convey familiar scenes and evocative places from all across the Beaver State, including the undulating wheat fields of Central Oregon, the crystallline blue waters of Crater Lake National Park, colorful expanses of wildflowers in the Cascade Range, and the dramatic beauty of Multnomah Falls. From Cannon Beach to the Wallowa Mountains, from the hillside orchards of the Hood River Valley to the volcanic monoliths along the Oregon coast, from Portland and Eugene's cityscapes to Eastern Oregon's isolated grandeur, the splendor of this state is captured in this inspiring book. 

 

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
10
Section 3
11
Section 4
14
Section 5
17
Section 6
18
Section 7
20
Section 8
21
Section 22
54
Section 23
55
Section 24
59
Section 25
60
Section 26
63
Section 27
64
Section 28
67
Section 29
68

Section 9
22
Section 10
27
Section 11
31
Section 12
32
Section 13
35
Section 14
39
Section 15
42
Section 16
45
Section 17
46
Section 18
47
Section 19
49
Section 20
50
Section 21
53
Section 30
71
Section 31
76
Section 32
79
Section 33
80
Section 34
84
Section 35
87
Section 36
90
Section 37
93
Section 38
94
Section 39
97
Section 40
103
Section 41
104
Section 42
107

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About the author (2002)

Professional photographer, Rick Schafer studied under the late Photographer Laureate of Oregon, Ray Atkeson for twelve years. He has built on that experience to develop a photographic style all his own.

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