Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Along the west bank of the Willamette River, No. 8

Looking north, toward the Steel Bridge over the Willamette, in a photo that I took at 5:52 p.m. on Friday, March 21, 2014. The fly over across the river is involved with I-5. I haven't driven on it enough to remember for sure, but I think it is where you can exit I-5 and get onto I-84. Y'all correct me, Portlanders, please. I like the three checking a photograph, no doubt. And their shadows stretching to the river.

Looking south, toward the Burnside Bridge, in a photo that I took at 5:57 p.m. on Friday, March 21, 2014. The supports you see on the left are on the section of the bridge that crossed the Willamette. I like the little girl dancing in pink chiffon on the green grass, as well as the number of folks visible in this particular shot.


Patty said...

Two beautiful photos.

That's one thing our Granddaughter didn't get to see on her trip to DC cherry blossoms, they were no where starting to bloom. But otherwise she enjoyed the trip, was worn out when she got home, they packed a lot into the 3 day sight seeing trip.

Julie(t) said...

This photo depicts the Portland vibe as well as a photo can: festive, relaxed, colorful and joyful - when the sun shines!

William Kendall said...

Such vibrant views of the city.

The little girl's dancing as though no one's watching. A very good life philosophy.

Randy said...

I like the second shot. The first one looks like they are taking a selfie.