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Your photos: C. Oregon’s fine sunrises, sunsets and views as we greeted 2021

North Sister Paul Smith 12
Paul Smith
Snowy North Sister rises in view early in the new year
Sunrise east of Bend David Cheney 12
David Cheney
Sunrise east of Bend glows on Jan. 2
Mountains from deck Dale Grimsman 17
Dale Grimsman
The mountains always beckon a view from Dale Grimsman's deck
Reynolds Pond sunrise Jim St. John 12
Jim St. John
On the second day of 2021, a special sunrise at Reynolds Pond
Redmond sunrise Michael Goding 115
Michael Goding
Mid-January brought lots of super sunrises, including this Redmond view
Sunrise Haystack Reservoir Robert Doyle 115
Robert Doyle
Special mid-January sunrise view at Haystack Reservoir
Bend sunrise Paul White 115
Paul White
A special Jan. 15 sunrise in Bend
Redmond sunset Donna McLean 113
Donna McLean
A truly rosy Redmond sunset
Redmond sunrise Tammy Bender 115
Tammy Bender
A special sunrise like this Redmond view can get the day off to a great start
Gateway sunrise Jim Lowrie 115
Jim Lowrie
A striking sunrise from the Gateway area
Prineville sunrise Jim Henderson 115
Jim Henderson
Prineville sure has its share of special sunrises as well
Sunrise Brian Grady 115
Brian Grady
A colorful sunrise is always nice to see
Mt. Bachelor sunrise Johnny Oliver 116
Johnny Oliver
The sun rises and lights up Mount Bachelor
Sunrise North Middle Sister Patricia Cohen 116
Patricia Cohen
The North and Middle Sister rise over a sunrise view in Bend
South Sister birds Jeanie Jenks 116
Jeanie Jenks
Small birds cluster on a juniper snag as January's morning sun showcases South Sister in this view from Redmond's Cline Butte
North Redmond sunrise Christopher McDermonottroe 116
Christopher McDermottroe
A pretty sunrise in north Redmond
Prineville sunrise Barbara Shrader 115
Barbara Shrader
Sunrise is special in Prineville
Sunset over Three-Fingered Jack Pete Bicart
Pete Bicart
A special sunset over Three-Finger Jack
Sunset on the Sisters Joy Lewis
Joy Lewis
Scenic sunset over the Three Sisters
Sunset Mt. Jefferson north of Madras Pete Bicart 116
Pete Bicart
Colorful sunset beckons the eyes near Mount Jefferson north of Madras
Sunset Powell Butte Laurel Russell 116
Laurel Russell
Pivot irrigation backlit against the setting sun Jan. 16 in Powell Butte
Terrebonne sunset Belen Rickman 116-1
Belen Rickman
Terrebonne residents also have their share of special sunrises
Terrebonne sunset Belen Rickman 116-2
Belen Rickman
Deep hues of a Terrebonne sunset
Powell Butte Christian Church sunset Laurel Russell 116
Laurel Russell
Setting sun silhouettes three crosses at Powell Butte Christian Church
Sunset Jack Turpen 116
Jack Turpen
A sunset's colors fade from view
Sunset Jack Hirsh
Jack Hirsh
A panoramic view of the mountains at sunset from our very own Jack Hirsh
Cascades from air Ken Fayal 116
Ken Fayal
A look nNorth up the Cascadia "spine" from 10,500 feet on Jan. 16
Sunset NW Bend Matt Garner
Matt Garner
A northwest end sunset view
Sawyer Park sunrise John Breeden 115
John Breeden
Beauty all around us, as this sunrise view of the Deschutes at Sawyer Park makes evident
Bend New Year's sunrise Pilot Butte Luke Martin
Luke Martin
The first sunrise of a new year always provides a sense of hope, and the beauty endures
Sunriver sunset Machel Philips 116
Machel Philips
Machel Philips says she shared this beautiful sunset Saturday evening, Jan. 15 while walking with her granddaughter near the pond at Sunriver's Woodlands Golf Course
Mount Jefferson sunset Hunter Onstad 116
Hunter Onstad
Hunter Onstad says he and a buddy hiked a canyon trail above Warm Springs to catch the sunset over Mount Jefferson "and the memories we got out of it were amazing!"

NewsChannel 21 viewers and KTVZ.COM visitors never disappoint, year in and year out, when it comes to sharing special High Desert scenes -- especially colorful sunrises and sunsets that have been in view in the opening days and weeks of 2021.

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