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Naslovnica / Smith Rock Photos OR 
- Multi-colored rocks jut above the surrounding landscape at Smith Rock State Park.
- Kevin has his coffee to start the day.
- Hundreds of climbers work on their techniques on weekends at Smith Rock State Park.
- The Crooked River makes a big oxbow around Smith Rock State Park.
- The cliff faces at Smith Rock State Park are a wonderful mix of colors. I think they appear best in the early morning light.
- I love these rugged cliff faces at Smith Rock State Park and rock climbers love them too. This is one of the premier rock climbing sites in the United States.
- What's not to love when you look at the textures and colors of these rocks?
- The roughness of this rock makes a fantastic interplay of light and shadows in the early morning sun at Smith Rock State Park.
- I can't imagine climbing up this cliff face but many climbers do just that at Smith Rock State Park.
- An gnarled old Juniper tree provides a clue as to the hot summers that occur here.
- Central Oregon has many more sunny days than the Pacific Coast. Here, just a few clouds are sprinkled across the sky, but the weather was increasing cloudy to the west.
- Fall foilage provides a nice complement to the peaks of Smith Rock State Park.
- Look at the wonderful colors of this rock contrasted against the blue sky.
- A few trees grow along the Crooked River as it wraps around Smith Rock State Park. The texture and colors of the rocks are constantly changing as you walk along the trail.
- Three Mule Deer watch for hikers at Smith Rock State Park.