Custom motorcycle wheels come in all sorts of flavors, but I think the spokes are the most classy.
Wall of Smoke
Some Portland firefighters stand just outside of a thick wall of smoke at a controlled residential burn. It was pretty cool to watch, especially the guys chainsawing into the roof for positive ventilation. A little too smokey for a good shot of those guys!
Ridin’ the Hot Air Whip
Newburg and the Willamette Valley, represent!
Maybe it’s built that way
…maybe it’s just pentagrams?
Stanley Kubrick was all about the single-point perspective.
This sort of framing really pulls you into his story… kind of like hearing a decommissioned (and likely insane) HAL9000 self-actualizing computer sing for you:
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This is not a photo of a marathon.
Really just a matter of timing, this shot was taken shortly after the drawbridge had been let back down.
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Moments in Brutalist Architecture
This building, oh… this crazy old building.
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Throwback to 2008: Mikah Sykes playing guitar during an impromptu live acoustic set at “Heaven” also known as the Skidmore Bluffs, in North Portland.
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Nature versus Congestion
Some of my favorite days are spent lost, roaming with a camera. It’s a great way to see the (often over-looked) details.
The Straight and Narrow
These long, straight stretches of road are pretty rare in Oregon’s higher elevations. Highways like this give great long-distance perspective in the otherwise steep hills and dense forests.
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