Bend: To shape according to one’s own purpose. To apply oneself closely; concentrate. To relax or make an exception. To force a different direction of shape. To deviate from a straight line or position. To incline the body. To cause a curved or angular shape. To make a concession; yield. To misrepresent; distort. To bring (something) into a state of tension. The act or fact of bending. The state of being bent. Something bent. A town in Central Oregon.

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Drake Park 1953 Photo Courtesy Of Oregon State Archives

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Mt Washington of the Oregon Cascades from the Crooked River Grasslands earlier this week.

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Burt RidgeIs this available as a print? If so in what formats2 days ago

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Looking to Salem for a solution: www.bendbulletin.com/opinion/2912058-151/editorial-legislature-should-back-mirror-pond-fix ... See MoreSee Less

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John KellyFixing Mirror Pond is not such a crisis that it requires destroying the character of downtown Bend. Selling off public land should be the last resort and only if downtown needed fixing - and it doesn't. And the economics may not even make sense. The vacant Erickson property (around BBC) has been on the market for a lot of years and developers haven't figured out how to pencil.2 days ago

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PHOTO OF THE DAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2015 #1903 It was a chilly afternoon, walking amongst the lava fields, at the base of Lave Butte, south of Bend. It was hard to take your eyes off the snow capped mountains in the west.

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Dave White Photography snagged this shot of Mt. Jefferson a week ago in an area north of Bend, but it looks like that house has been standing a whole lot longer than that. Think the view has changed much?

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Judy Wolf JefferyWould make a beautiful painting.5 days ago

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Not really the sunrise shot I was hoping for due to a couple factors but anytime you get to watch the day begin from above 9,000’ is well worth the journey, especially when you watch it happen over 8 volcanic peaks! Mt. Bachelor in the foreground, then left to right - The Three Sisters, Three Fingered Jack in the distance, followed by Broken Top, which if you look close on the horizon you can see Mt. Jefferson over it’s left shoulder and Mt. Hood over it’s right. Shot on 2/21/2015. Please feel free to share!

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Tom BoyleMy alarm didn't go off, sorry!5 days ago

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