Portland parks

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Jamison Square, Portland, OR Public, Architecture, Portland Oregon, Outdoor, Landscape Architecture, Portland, Inspiration, Acre, Urban
Jamison Square — PWP
Jamison Square, Portland, OR
Jamison Square, Portland, OR
Jamison Square — PWP
Jamison Square, Portland, OR
The tram up to OHSU in Portland.     My last visit to OHSU was in 1987, before that was built. I'd love to take the tram up there sometime :D Trips, Wanderlust, Pacific Northwest, Oregon, Touring, Oregon Travel, Moving To Portland
The tram up to OHSU in Portland. My last visit to OHSU was in 1987, before that was built. I'd love to take the tram up there sometime :D
Portland Street Car Street, Portland Street, Portland Parks, Street Cars, Parks, Favorite City, City
Portland Street Car
Eastbank Esplanade, Portland. Highlights include a 1,200-ft. floating walkway (the longest in the U.S.), an adjoining public boat dock, & public art. Access from four bridges offers a complete three-mile loop that offers unparalleled views of downtown Portland and the river. Riverfront, Explore Oregon, Urban Area, Downtown Portland
Eastbank Esplanade - Wikipedia
Eastbank Esplanade, Portland. Highlights include a 1,200-ft. floating walkway (the longest in the U.S.), an adjoining public boat dock, & public art. Access from four bridges offers a complete three-mile loop that offers unparalleled views of downtown Portland and the river.
hawthorne bridge public art, portland oregon Land Art, Art, Hawthorne
hawthorne bridge public art, portland oregon
Public Art Project | Portlandia is a classical allegorical figure representing the spirit of Portland Public Art, Portlandia, Community
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Public Art Project | Portlandia is a classical allegorical figure representing the spirit of Portland
Allow Me! Serving as a signature Portland icon, this bronze life-sized sculpture of a man offering his umbrella, was created by nationally known artist J. Seward Johnson of Princeton, New Jersey. The sculpture joins a number of Johnson's works in public spaces in cities such as New York, Kansas City, Los Angeles and Oakland, California. New Jersey, Michigan, Los Angeles
umbrella man
Allow Me! Serving as a signature Portland icon, this bronze life-sized sculpture of a man offering his umbrella, was created by nationally known artist J. Seward Johnson of Princeton, New Jersey. The sculpture joins a number of Johnson's works in public spaces in cities such as New York, Kansas City, Los Angeles and Oakland, California.
Thompson Elk Fountain in Portland, Oregon Oregon Coast
He's back, framed more beautifully than ever.
Thompson Elk Fountain in Portland, Oregon
Salmon Street Springs in Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Portland, Oregon.  Where My husband proposed.:) Salmon, Oregon Country
Salmon Street Springs in Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Portland, Oregon. Where My husband proposed.:)
Fountain Park    Portland, OR Home, Home Décor, Fountain Park, Fountain, Outdoor Sectional
Fountain Park Portland, OR
Skate Park  "Portland Ground: Pictures of Portland Oregon" Skate Park, Basketball Court, Moving To Portland Oregon
Skate Park "Portland Ground: Pictures of Portland Oregon"
Mt. Tabor Park - Portland, Oregon.  There is an extinct volcano here. Pacific Coast, Summer, Roses
Mt. Tabor Park - Portland, Oregon
Mt. Tabor Park - Portland, Oregon. There is an extinct volcano here.
Mill Ends Park, Portland, Oregon -- smallest park in the world Mill Ends Park, Portland Neighborhoods
Mill Ends Park, Portland, Oregon -- smallest park in the world
Jamison Square Park - Portland, OR. NW 10th & NW Johnson St Play, Splash Park, Kid Friendly Restaurants, Portland Food, Portland Activities
The Pearl District - Portland
Jamison Square Park - Portland, OR. NW 10th & NW Johnson St