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Photograph America Newsletter on Deserts of Eastern Oregon
 
Mention Oregon and most people think of tall evergreen trees and rain. Much of southeastern Oregon lies in the Great Basin Desert. Immense dry playas lie in the rain shadow of 10,000-foot peaks. Deep canyons are filled with pinnacles, spires, buttes, and formations much like southern Utah. Included in this issue are recommendations for photographers looking for new images in Oregon, including Malheur Wildlife Refuge, Hart Mountain Antelope Refuge. and Leslie Gulch, a fascinating landscape for photographers. Follow a great circle route to discover and photograph hot springs, old barns, and authentic western towns, plus volcanic mountains and ancient lava flows.
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Updated - April 2012
Much of southeastern Oregon lies in the Great Basin Desert. Immense dry playas lie in the rain shadow of 10,000-foot peaks. Deep canyons are filled with pinnacles, spires, buttes, and formations much like southern Utah.
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Locations
  • Alvord Desert Hot Springs
  • Blitzen and Donner River
  • Crump Lake
  • Diamond Craters
  • Double O Road
  • Fields Station
  • Goose Lake
  • Harney Lake
  • Hart Lake
  • Hart Mountain Antelope Refuge
  • Leslie Gulch
  • Malheur Lake
  • Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
  • Owyhee Lake
  • Steens Mountain Road
  • Succor Creek Canyon
  • Warner Valley Wildlife Refuge