Some snapshots of the streets of Portland (part 1)

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  1. invisible

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    These are some of the street shots I took in Portland a couple of months ago. I found it to be a very walkable, tourist-friendly city (as long as you don't go to the historic district downtown). Its neighbourhoods each had a distinct personality, which made the experience one of discovery.

    Hope you enjoy these.

    1. The Daffy Duck chair


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    3. Your friendly neighbourhood record store


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    Thanks for looking!
     
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    HI there, bunch of views, no commets. I think #1 is very cool, it does look like a duck and it does really look like an old picture, very nice sphere.
    I like #4 as well! Great colours!
     
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    Thanks HH! I might try and reprocess number 1 to give it a really vintage look...
     
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    #4 Is my favorite :)
     
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    Thanks Charles, mine is #1 :)
     
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    Nice mix of interesting views of the city. Well done.
     
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    Thanks much, Heck.
     
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    Frederico,

    I spent some time looking through your Zenfolio images and I think that you have really good style going - I enjoyed the journey. It's obvious that you have a passion for making images.
     
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    1,4,5 are really nice!

    i really like your style at photography
     
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    Great clarity on these. What do you shoot with?
     
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    Thanks much, Marc. I do this only as a creative outlet, and it really blows my mind every time that someone takes a look at my snapshots and says something like the above. It's even more mind-blowing when the comment is coming from an accomplished photographer. I truly appreciate it.

    All of these were shot with Nikon D70s and Nikkor 18-200 VR.

    Thanks everybody for your kind comments.
     

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