If These Trees Could Talk

I took back roads home from Salem this afternoon and dropped by Champoeg State Park & Heritage site.

This green -- and so peaceful this time of year! -- place along the Willamette River was the site of an important vote in 1841 which proclaimed the first U.S. provisional government on the West coast.

We've camped here before and the old trees are lovely. They, in fact, have been here a lot longer than the government.
Thats a lovely little glade here with such tall trees! How wonderful to camp here!
posted March 20th, 2017  
How lovely agree with Maggie Mae
posted March 21st, 2017  
These are lovely - and so nicely composed.
posted March 21st, 2017  
Great composition and pov
posted March 21st, 2017  
That really looks neat
posted March 21st, 2017  
Now I know a new place to visit. Anyway I can invite you for coffee next time you are in Salem....we could choose a place to meet.
posted March 21st, 2017  
Beautiful!
We're going on a family vacation to Portland in August. Never been there, but really looking forward to it !
posted March 21st, 2017  
Stunning, I can see why you took the back roads
posted March 21st, 2017  
Looks really good on black.
posted March 21st, 2017  
bep
A lovely spot!
posted March 21st, 2017  
@caitnessa Wonderful, Heather! There's lots to see -- and photograph!
posted March 21st, 2017  
@granagringa I would LOVE that! I try to get to Salem once a week. My time is a little tight next week; will have to get back home pretty quickly, but I'll let you know the following week's date when that's settled. Great idea!
posted March 21st, 2017  
A lovely composition and capture. Fav!! 😀
posted March 21st, 2017  
Beautiful shades of green and so much moss. A lovely scene and capture Cathie, fave.
posted March 21st, 2017  
The green moss looks amazing growing on the tree!! Cool photo!!
posted March 22nd, 2017  
So beautiful and green! Makes everything look so brown here in CO.
posted March 23rd, 2017  
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