Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: July 30, 2017

Metal sculpture by Jesse Swickard in Canby, Oregon.

Welcome to my Odd Ball Challenge.  This challenge is for those photos you take that don’t really fit into any common category.  There is never a theme to this challenge, so what is an odd ball is all up for you to discover and photograph.

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My Entry for the Week

These carved eagles were found on a dead tree in Canby, Oregon,
Here is a closer up view of the eagles.
Dog Statue found in a yard in Canby, Oregon.
Metal sculpture by Jesse Swickard in Canby, Oregon.

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Cee

56 Comments

  1. I’m laughing because we’ve done the drive from Southern CA to Oregon several times, and there is a section of Oregon we pass, that has all this crazy stuff – huge carving areas, off the side of the highway and I wonder if it’s the same place you found these! Hahahah! We’re moving to Oregon August 23rd – but to Bend.

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    1. Welcome to Oregon (in August). Bend is pretty, but I like the coastal mountain range better. I lived in Colorado for almost 25 years and Bend reminds me a lot of Colorado. So the big Douglas Fir trees in my part of Oregon really calls me.

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      1. I don’t like a lot of rain. 🙂 My husband tried to talk me into Portland/Seattle areas nearer airports. NOPE. And, grandpa retired in Bend.

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        1. You will enjoy Bend then. The climate is closer to high desert. Hot in the summers but much colder and snowier in the winters. I would not want to live in Seattle because of the rain and colder winters. Portland isn’t nearly as rainy of Seattle.

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