Photo of the Day

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

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  1. Near Mt. Hood in Oregon, June 16, 2009. Photo by Thomas Boyd/The Oregonian

  2. PORTLAND, OREGON—September 14, 2013—Izeyah Fruton, 7, pops out of his hiding place under the table his mother’s beaded jewelry and grandmother’s jingle dress sat on display. The NAYA Family Center hosted the Neerchokikoo Powwow Saturday, a celebration of Native culture, traditions, food and community on Saturday. Photo by Ross William Hamilton/The Oregonian

  3. HAPPY VALLEY, OR — August 2, 2013 — Shakey Graves, a one man band, plays to a full audience in the Workshop Barn on the first day of Pickathon. The music festival, which is held on 80-acre Pendarvis Farm, runs through August 4th in Oregon. Photo by Allison Milligan/ The Oregonian

  4. Lost Lake, Oregon—July 7, 2013— The sunrise view of Mt. Hood from the parking lot view point. Lost Lake in the Mount Hood National Forest is probably best known for its drive up view of Mt. Hood. The lake is about 10 miles northwest of the mountain near the crest of the Cascade Mountain Range. The view might be one of the most photographed places in Oregon and has been reproduced in post cards, calendars, posters, books and other material. In 2010 the U.S. Mint issued a ceremonial Mount Hood National Forest quarter with Lost Lake in the foreground.  Photo by Jamie Francis/The Oregonian

  5. ST. PAUL, OR — July 2, 2013 — Ward Macza of High River, Alberta Canada, watches bucking horses in a pen before a procession down Main Street, St. Paul scheduled for 6:36 AM. The horses were driven to the arena to kick off the town’s 78th annual Fourth of July rodeo. The procession through town, which hasn’t taken place in over sixty years, is a tribute to the early days of the rodeo when farmers and ranchers would drive their horses from their land to the event. The St. Paul Rodeo, the 15th largest in the country and the largest on the 4th of July, runs from July 2nd through July 6th in downtown St. Paul. Allison Milligan/The Oregonian

  6. BONNEVILLE, OREGON-June 17, 2013—Lamprey attach to a viewing window at Bonneville Dam where new passageways for lamprey are being tested to allow the fish to more successfully move up the Columbia River during their return from the ocean.  Photo by Randy L. Rasmussen/The Oregonian

  7. MCMINNVILLE, OREGON -  June 13, 2013 - An American flag remains on the wall of the building that had its roof ripped off after a small tornado  touched down in McMinnville Thursday afternoon.   Doug Beghtel/ The Oregonian

  8. PORTLAND, OREGON - February 23, 2013 - David Douglas’ Vagif Afrasov celebrates after defeating West Linn’s Tim Harman to win the 138-lb. 6A state championship title at the OSAA 2013 Wrestling State Championships at the Veterans Memorial Colliseum.   Photo by  Doug Beghtel/ The Oregonian

  9. BURNS, OREGON-Jan. 16, 2013—Cattle graze during a sunny but chilly day in Burns, Ore.   Photo by Randy L. Rasmussen/The Oregonian

  10. Portland, Oregon — The harvest moon rises over Sauvie Island on Sept. 29, 2012.    Photo by Mike Zacchino / The Oregonian

  11. September 23, 2012 - Hillsboro firefighter Steve Chapman is assisted in removing approximately sixty pounds worth of gear, seconds after he completed his climb. Firefighters climbed 40 flights of stairs in the U.S. Bank Tower on Sunday to help raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Photo by Beth Nakamura/The Oregonian