Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Linda Holmes and her husband Paul Holmes, both from the San Francisco Bay Area of California, take a picture and enjoy the view of the Crooked River Canyon from the footbridge at Peter Skene Ogden Park near Terrebonne Thursday afternoon 5-7-15. Paul Holmes said 'The last time we were here was probably 35 years ago, we stopped and Linda took a bunch of pictures, so we are here again so we had to take some pictures, the view is spectacular.' Linda Holmes and Paul Holmes are in Central Oregon on a family reunion and golf vacation.
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A spring stroll
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Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Stars streak across the sky near Sparks Lake shortly after sunset during the summer. How it was done: A series of more than 130 individual 30-second exposures were combined in Photoshop to show the movement of the stars. The photographer took this picture with a tripod and a 17-35mm/2.8 lens set to 17mm on a Nikon D3s DSLR camera. The exposure was set manually on ISO 400 with a 30-second shutter speed at f/5.6.
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Future of conservation funds unsure
Barb Gonzalez / For The Bulletin The Painted Hills, one parcel of John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. ,
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A jolt-filled climb up ?Caffeine Free?
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Kent Bogel, of Redmond, rappels down a route called ?Caffeine Free? during a successful climb at Smith Rock State Park on Monday afternoon. Afterwards, Bogel said, ?It?s an exquisite day, sunshine, friends and a great route.? The sunshine is expected to be around for a few more days. See the weather forecast on Page B6 for details.
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Entrance fees could double starting in 2015
Bulletin file photo Crater Lake National Park is considering an increase in entrance fess to the park for 2015.
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Fall colors surround Tamolitch Falls, also known as the Blue Pool, along the McKenzie River Trail in the Willamette National Forest.