Monday, February 24, 2020

Keep Portland Weird Part I



Just some random pics of my strolling around Portland, Part I:








The Central Library


And I will leave you with the MODA Center, which is home to the NBA Portland Trail Blazers:



33 comments:

  1. Nice tour, I am kind of intrigued. On a number of fronts Portland is said to be similar to my home of Tulsa, OK. I don't know enough about Portland to weigh in on the matter but I love your photos.

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  2. Great random shots of your corner of the world. Enjoyed..

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  3. Some really cool stuff out there. Thanks.

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  4. I'm glad you took us along on your tour! Your photos are unique and interesting to see :)

    Thanks for linking up at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

    My Corner of the World

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  5. I liked your corner of the world!

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  6. Thank you for sharing those lovely shots and linking up with us today.

    Happy #ww and a great rest of the week.

    Cheers

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  7. Lots of interesting statues Patrick - obviously it's a city that likes its community art! Thanks for the little tour.
    Thanks for linking up with us at MLSTL and I've shared on my SM 😊

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  8. Luvin' your pics! I almost feel like I just came back from a stroll myself, but off to bed for me. I have to get up early tomorrow! Seeing a new doctor in the morning. Have a great day! hugs

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  9. Patrick,

    What an interesting city with all the wonderful statues! I really enjoy stuff like this. The guy with the umbrella might be my favorite - so cool! What is the building two pix down from the moose? It almost looks like it has rows of vertical cages in front of each window but I'm not sure if I'm seeing this right. It's really interesting, though.

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  10. It's been a few years since I've visited Portland. There is so much to do there. Great shots.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Patrick. 😎

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  11. Lovely space! Thank you for sharing with us!
    Happy WW!

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  12. Portland is such a fun city and visually interesting city. Enjoy your time there!

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  13. Very interesting statues! Happy wordless wednesday! :-)

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  14. What nice photos I always like your tours ;-)

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  15. Very beautiful symbols and statues of that city .. Happy WW. !!!

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  16. wonderful all the statues and intersting Place!

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  17. I love all the statues, Patrick. I've not visited Portland but I have now through your photos. Thanks for sharing at #MLSTL.

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  18. Interesting pictures. I like sculpture.

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  19. Don't know why, but this isn't what I expected Portland to look like! We'll be passing through this summer. I look forward to seeing it for myself. #farawayfiles

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  20. What's really weird about Portland is NO taxes, at least when last I visited. Otherwise, it shares the same weather as in my neck of the woods which is probably why I gravitated to the statue with an umbrella. :))

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  21. Lovely photos Patrick. I would love to travel more. Thanks for sharing at Way Back Wednesday To When My Hair Was Longer And Waist Was Thinner!

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  22. Great reminder of home ...or nearly so. (We live in Eugene , but spend winter and early spring in Florida... which is kind of weird actually )))!

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  23. I love seeing the world through your eyes on your blog, Patrick. Particularly this one as I've always wanted to go to Portland. Thanks for sharing this with us on #farawayfiles

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  24. Oh man, you were SO CLOSE to where I am! I love Portland - it's so quirky and fun. :) Glad you enjoyed it, and thanks for taking us along for the ride!

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  25. I've heard a lot about Portland - although have never visited. My fave of these is the umbrella man... #teamlovinlife

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  26. Very cool, Patrick! Portland is definitely a city that I would love to visit one day! Thanks for linking up.

    Shelbee
    www.shelbeeontheedge.com

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  27. Portland is fascinating. :) Thanks for sharing Patrick.

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