gumanow posted a reply:
Zeb Andrews owns that bridge. You might want to contact him. He works at Blue Moon. You might have to pay him a toll in order to shoot there?
ZnE's Dad posted a reply:
I have yet to figure an easy way to get down there, and it looks like they are doing some construction right next to it now which will make it all that much harder to get in to. One of these days! I still think they should make a McMenamins out of that building - it would be a great building for that!
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Powskichic of Bend posted a new topic:
Save the date on Friday, March 1, 2013, for Friday Night Art Walk and The Django Band. Bend d'Vine is holding an artist reception for Brenda and John is playing django music on guitar with Steve Thorp. See photo from last first friday. We'll be there from 6:00 - 8:00 PM. The cafe is located on Wall Street next to Jools. Come early to get a table.
Powskichic of Bend
Brenda Reid Irwin
OptiMISS_Prime posted a reply:
I'm there! Great idea :)
OptiMISS_Prime posted a reply:
The old abandoned Gas Works building by the bridge is an amazing place to shoot - a bit tricky to access, but so worth it!
Just Me BN posted a reply:
Love your idea! I have never felt the need to take a picture of the sign....until now. We can't make it but will be up to PDX next week and plan on getting LOTS of shots of it. Will bring along my HUGE old film camera just so it will be obviouse that I am taking pictures of the sign. Take pictures of the sign AND post them everyplace that you can think of!!!!
pdexposures posted a new topic:
I wanted to share this event with as many Portland area photographers as possible. But know I'm sure most of you have heard about the ridiculous action the city of Portland will be taking regarding the sign above the White Stag building.
In an effort to stage a peaceful protest, I would love it if we could get countless photographers to go on a photo walk and take images of that sign all at the same time!
Please even if you cannot attend, share with your friends and family. As photographers the idea of something that is visible in public domain becoming an item to be purchased for your photo is a VERY scary thought.
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Don Wolf posted a reply:
This was taken at the viewpoint on I-84, a few miles east of Pendleton.
The viewpoint is on the last foothills (or first foothills, depending on which direction you're traveling) of the Blue Mountains, allowing you a view out over the rolling hills of wheat.
cavale posted a new topic:
I took this picture somewhere in Eastern Oregon as I was driving to Portland from Boise. I took it with a film camera so there's no geodata. I do remember that I took it at a pull off that was directly off the interstate. The exit went straight to this lookout point and then right back onto the highway. I can't figure it out from looking at maps and stuff, so does anyone know where this was?
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MattCosta posted a reply:
Nope, there sure isn't. But since being a photography intern isn't really a partisan position, and this is a Portland photography forum I don't see how it matters.
Wandering Sagebrush (off Line Frequently) posted a reply:
Is there no where that is politics free?
britters710 posted a new topic:
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Gary Randall posted a new topic:
Oregon Parks and Vista House and I are having a sunrise photo walk this Saturday morning for those that might be interested. The meetup will be at the Woman's Forum overlooking Crown Point.
More info can be found at this link. :)
Thanks! I hope to see you there.