…and glass. Today’s photo is of “Big pink” which is the tallest building in Portland, Oregon.
Today’s photo, from waterfront park, is Portland’s Willamette River Seawall. Not a bad view on a sunny day. 🙂
…Or “This is a really big blue marble…” Either way, I really liked this photo and thought it was cool do to something special with it.
Today’s photo comes from a neat art installation from the Experience Music Project in Seattle. Rare is a bright, clear blue sky day in Seattle, Washington. When they do happen, however, they’re something to behold. I found this red toned art against the blue skies quite striking.
This photo, another from the Chihuly Garden & Glass gallery in Seattle, Washington is awesome. The staging of the old growth timber, foliage and the bright blue skies that surrounded it was incredible.
This building is in Seattle. Though, you’d never know it by the reflection and the blue skies! Welcome to Pacific Northwest Summer!
A walk across the Hawthorne Bridge at night provided this great photo, and with a little photo-editing, I made it a little more artistic. I hope you enjoy it! 🙂
This photo is from the fountain in front of the Standard Insurance Building in Portland, Oregon. I’ve always admired this fountain and found in interesting as it’s a guy and two girls, and the guy is reaching for… something..
A cool glass art installation on the east bank esplanade in Portland, Oregon.
Today’s photo comes from inside the Nines Hotel in Downtown Portland. There’s a restaurant called, Urban Farmer inside the old Meier & Frank building. Inside it looks like a mini art gallery. This glass caught my eye and I thought it was interesting seeing the reflection.