Thankful Everyday – The Twenty-Sixth

26.  I am thankful for beautiful architecture.  I’m fascinated by building.  Not the building I have done, which is none, or might do, which is also probably none, but by the amazing structures all around me.  Capturing form, light, and harnessing the marriage between use and beauty, I am constantly in awe of form, everywhere.Continue reading “Thankful Everyday – The Twenty-Sixth”

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The Freemont

The Freemont, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Our last bridge in our six bridge Providence Bridge Pedal oddyssey was the Freemont Bridge. Most recognizable and never traveled by bicycle except for this once a year opportunity. We cruised up to the top of this beauty and stood looking at the views for awhile. So cool toContinue reading “The Freemont”

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Shadows and Light

    Shadows and Light, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. I love this photo. I like the whole look of it, but it’s also got my three favorite things in it… Karen, Weston, and Riley. You have to look a little to see them, but they’re all there. This is probably my most favorite photo outContinue reading “Shadows and Light”

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Steele

Steele, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. The Steele Bridge, which carries not only the foot traffic underneath from the Eastbank Esplanade to the West side and Waterfront Park, but it also carries the MAX light rail line as well. It’s an old bridge that’s still very much central to the city. Behind it you can getContinue reading “Steele”

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Enter Here

Enter Here, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Weston and Riley were not big fans of this section of the walk. Something about the surface under this little bridge type thing really freaked them out. Weston ended up making it, and Riley did most of it without being carried, but it was harrowing for them. Maybe itContinue reading “Enter Here”

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Marquam

Marquam, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. We went for a walk yesterday along the Eastbank Esplanade. The weather was perfect, the company sublime, and the sights absolutely gorgeous. But then… I love this city.

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