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#RoadTrips – Sunday Stills

Here is my entry for Terri’s Sunday Stills Challenge. If we take short day trips, Chris usually drives so I can take photos. I love takings photos of roads when I can.

Road going to Mt Hood from Hood River.
US 101 south of Lincoln City, Oregon.
Driving down the Astoria Megler Bridge, Astoria, Oregon.
US 101 near Bob’s Wayside, Oregon.

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Cee

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  1. Wonderful collection of images from road trips, Cee! I love that opening view of Mount Hood, but as a fan of bridges, my votes go to the last two. 🙂

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  2. The US is such a great place for road trips. Stunning photos and Mt. Hood looks so dramatic in the first photo. The colors remind of vintage postcards or movie posters. I really wish I can go on a road trip in the US one day, though I will most likely travel by public bus or join bus tours, haha.

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  3. Beautiful photos Cee! The one of Mt. Hood is stunning. I’ve been on that green bridge. It was quite a ride. 🙂 I can’t wait until I get to visit Oregon again. Thanks for reminding me how gorgeous it is.

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  4. Love the view of Hood from Hood River. One of our favorite places to go for a day. I sure love where we live in the PNW.

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