Today’s photo and accompanying text are somewhat brief as I am traveling today. Making my way from Portland, Oregon to Lana’i, Hawai’i. So, it might be wise to prepare yourselves to see some beautiful tropical photos. Until then, a moment of reflection.
I”m of to paradise today. I’m off to visit the great state of Hawaii! This will bring my total number of states visited to: 9 – Also, it’ll be the first time I’ve flown over the ocean. I’m extremely excited for this trip. Ah, life is a gate, a way, a path to Paradise anyway,…
This photo was taken on a walk through Mt. Tabor Park in Portland. This long line of stairs reminds me that you still have to take them one, maybe two, at a time. You just have to start climbing, though.
This rainbow was from earlier this morning. A nice way to walk into work. We’ve had some weird weather in Portland this July.
This photo, taken from the Hawthorne Bridge, gives a really great shot of Portland at dusk, Portland Spirit, Salmon Street Springs and the Willamette River.
I love alterations! Also, I love fountains and this one in downtown Portland is one of my favorite. When not full of people it’s quite peaceful and scenic. Enjoy!
Another view from my walk around Mt Tabor Park in Portland, Oregon. This beautiful batch of water is the Portland Drinking water, reservoir #5. Soon the federal government is going to require the City of Portland to cover these beauties, ruining the scenery.
This wasn’t my original choice for photo of the day, instead I had something else planned. Then, my crappy internet service provider decided to be really slow, so I went for a walk instead of cursing their name to high-heavens. On my walk, I took this photo.
Portland, Oregon’s Pioneer Courthouse. After the remodel, which took forever, it looks amazing at night.
Today’s quote is inspired by the World Domination Summit going on in Portland, Oregon. I’m not there but many of my friends are and I’m watching from afar. Seems like such a powerful thing, to live in the moment, and it’s maybe the hardest thing to do. Welcome to Portland WDSers! I have always been…