Photo of the Day

A new Oregon-related photo every weekday from The Oregonian in Portland, Oregon.

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  1. PORTLAND, OREGON - April 8, 2014 - David Resnick, 25, the Crystal Man from Cirque du Soleil’s Totem, poses for photos at the graffiti graveyard in Southeast Portland. A number of Totem performers have taken their characters outside the big top to various sights around Portland.   Photo by Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian

  2. PORTLAND, OREGON - April 1, 2014 - Amani Greer, owner of Candy Babel on NE Alberta Street, gets ready for her busiest season - Easter.    Photo by Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian

  3. PORTLAND, OREGON - March 13, 2014 - Lincoln High School announced Thursday that its Rose Festival Princess is Jasnery Valenzuela, 16.  Court members Holley Carlson-Riddle, 17, Hailey McPhee, 17, and Paige Claire Mesher, 18, accompanied her, along with some some male members of the court for a photo.   Photo by Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian

  4. PORTLAND, OREGON - February 11, 2014 - Isabel Sanchez, 35, and her fiancé Daniel Huerta, 34, stand across the the street from Providence Park where they happily sell churros at Portland Timbers and Thorns home games. They will wed in Vegas over Memorial Day weekend. Photo by Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian

  5. PORTLAND, OREGON - January 23, 2014 - Megan Faria makes a brief appearance in an empty stairwell before popping back into view of her audience group. By design, some areas of POV Dance’s 3x3 performances are not visible to all groups.   Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian

  6. CORBETT, OREGON - January 13, 2014 - Mild winter weather made for seasonally pleasant sight seeing around Corbett and Crown Point Monday. Photo by Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian

  7. PORTLAND, OREGON - December 19, 2013 - A Timbers Army scarf-wearing mounted deer is pictured at the Portland startup, Treehouse. Last summer, the 61-person tech-education business converted almost everyone into a front-line worker and eliminated the management level in an attempt to boost productivity and job satisfaction. Photo by Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian

  8. PORTLAND, OREGON - November 21, 2013 - Final touches go onto Kvinneakt, the naked lady statue on SW 6th Avenue in Portland. It’s part of a city-sanctioned effort, called Monumental Attire, to bring a bit of whimsical holiday fun in the form of handmade sweaters to some downtown statues.  Photo by Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian

  9. FAIRVIEW, OREGON - October 26, 2013 - It was “a run for your life” at the Zombie Run 5K held at Blue Lake Park in Fairview, Ore. Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian

  10. PORTLAND, OREGON - October 12, 2013 - Beth Biloki, of California, takes a smoke break outside the 5th Annual Portland Tattoo Expo.  Biloki’s leg was done as a portfolio piece for her friend Jeff Mitchell, a tattoo artist from Oklahoma City who was participating in the event. Photo by Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian

  11. PORTLAND, OREGON - October 5, 2013 - Johnny Martinez, center, Aztec dancer with the group Ollin Yolliztli, gets ready to perform in downtown Portland’s Director Park. Several hundred people gathered there to call attention to federal immigration reform.  Immigrant rights organizations across the country held events to mark what they called the “Day of Dignity and Respect.”˘ Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian

  12. PORTLAND, OREGON - Aug 20, 2013 - Julia Nenadic, 5, from Camas, Washington, and her brother Ethan Nenadic, 9,  spent a couple days working on the Marquam Mosaic as part of a home schooling field trip with their mom. The Marquam Mosaic project invited participants of all ages, with or without any previous experience, to create a 100-foot-long mosaic at the Marquam Nature Park shelter.  Over the course of several months, artist Lynn Takata guided 430 people through the creation and installation of ceramic pieces with a forest habitat theme.   Photo by Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian

  13. SILVER FALLS, OREGON - July 23, 2013 -  Carrying flags that identify their cabins, Operation Purple campers make their way from the dining hall back to their camp for evening campfire.  During the surge years in the Iraq War, Operation Purple sent roughly 250 military kids in Oregon each summer to camp. “Every minute of the day is tailored to support the military community and their kids,” says Ethan Erickson, Executive Director of Tsuga Community Commission which runs the camp. With the end of that war,  the spotlight on US military has moved away as has significant funding for programs like Operation Purple. “The waiting list is always longer than the number of kids we can support,” Erickson says.  This summer 78 kids, aged nine to sixteen, converged on Silver Fall State Park to laugh, play, learn about ecology and experience being in a community that shares a strong common thread. Photo by Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian

  14. FOREST GROVE, OREGON - July 15, 2013 -  Diana Vega, 9, left, and Lysandra Fuentes, 10, check out a tiny light bulb powered by a circuit that they assembled at Adelante Chicas summer camp held at Pacific University. Monday was the first day of the week-long camp for third through twelfth grade girls to explore and learn more about science, technology, engineering and math.    Photo by Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian

  15. David Douglas English teacher Jeremiah Franzen serves himself a cup of coffee from a thermos on the back of Cory Bigboy’s wheelchair. Cory and his twin brother Gary Bigboy, 17, behind, helped in the Sparrow Club effort to raise money for an 11-year-old boy who needed brain surgery. The brothers, who have cerebral palsy, sold raffle tickets and donated tips from their daily coffee rounds at the school.  Photo by Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian