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Portlandia, in Color!

Updated on April 10, 2011

Plain and simple, this is just a series of photos I shot recently in the vicinity of downtown Portland. Portland isn't the most architecturally stunning city I've been to, but there are still some real gems to be viewed. "Clean and green" sums up downtown Portland quite well.

The Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
The Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Pioneer Square, the "living room" of Portland
Pioneer Square, the "living room" of Portland
Pioneer Courthouse
Pioneer Courthouse
The Hawthorne Bridge over the Willamette River
The Hawthorne Bridge over the Willamette River

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      andrews 8 years ago

      Really good! :-) I completely agree with the phrase 'architecturally stunning'

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      Stephanie Hicks 8 years ago from Bend, Oregon

      This is a great photo gallery - you really should edit the photos with labels to tell your readers what they are looking at. Plus, Google images will send traffic your way. win-win. :) Steph

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      Jason Reuter 8 years ago from Portland, Oregon

      Thanks Steph, I don't why I didn't label them. Must have been feeling lazy that day. Glad you liked it.

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      Constant Walker 8 years ago from Springfield, Oregon

      Great images, Jreuter! I wish all the "gallery hubs" were this cool. I've been to Portland MANY times but have never seen that bitchin statue. Wow!

      You should have taken a shot of that scary-ass freeway, as you're just coming into Portland from the south. Man, I hate that thing. Way too high!!!

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      Jason Reuter 8 years ago from Portland, Oregon

      Yeah, and I wish I got as much traffic as those gallery hubs too. If only the robe on the front of that statue was a little lower, haha. But seriously, I'm pretty sure that that is the second biggest copper statue in the country, after good ol lady liberty herself. She's on 1120 SW 5th avenue, for future reference. Thanks for the props walker, I'll have to check out possible shots for that freeway!

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      Jonno.Norton 8 years ago

      Great hub! I'd love to visit Portland, but I'll settle for a nice photo gallery in the mean time.

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      trusouldj 4 years ago from Indiana

      You make me want to visit Portland. Good stuff.

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