Monday, March 16, 2009

Stuff on the sidewalk, March 14, 2009, No. 1

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While at first glance, it might appear that Saturday, March 14, deja vu-ed Saturday, February 28. I mean, there was a lecture at the Architectural Heritage Center and lunch at Por Que No. It was a new lecture: William S. Ladd was Portland’s most prominent 19th Century business and civic leader. Join longtime Ladd’s Addition resident and urban planner Richard Ross as he shares the full story of Ladd’s visionary 1891 planned community. Connecting a century of the city’s changing landscape, Ross will follow the lasting impact of one family of Portland pioneers on the City today. And I took another photo of the guacamole that I'll post soon--I think it's a better representation of that delicious little green bowl.

What wasn't the same was what I found to photograph. I've decided to post parts of it, with the whole of it being the last in the series. Any guesses as to what's to come?

3 comments:

Jacob said...

Is that a "die" pod?

AVCr8teur said...

The surprising things you find if you really look. I wonder if this person lost it or got really mad and just threw it on the ground.

Nancy said...

I would have loved to have been at the lecture. My daughter is an urban planner in the Bay Area...

Have a great weekend!