My son Cole and I headed up the Columbia Gorge to make some photos for an Oregon Historical Society project.
It's an interesting project: On July 15, 1983, over 90 photographers spent 24 hours capturing daily life throughout the state of Oregon. Project Dayshoot was the name of the venture, and it produced a book called One Average Day.
To commemorate the 30th anniversary of Project Dayshoot, the original photographers--as well as new contributors--will capture still and motion images across Oregon on July 15, 2013.
Our travels took us to Vista House, Latourell Falls, Multnomah Falls, Oneonta Gorge, Cascade Locks, Hood River and Koberg Beach. We met tribal fishermen Butch Sams and Randy Settler.
Here is the result of our day: