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Old Posted Sep 5, 2009, 1:47 AM
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A lot of PORTLAND (Part III) <Pearl District>

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Great post! I love the Pearl District. It's amazing the overall good quality of the new construction. Here in NYC there's such a huge range between starchitecture and utter crap.

Wasn't this tap-dancing guy in the other recent Portland thread, I think by Sekkle?

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Old Posted Sep 5, 2009, 3:52 AM
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Great pictures! I hope you come back and visit soon!
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Nice set to round things out. Thanks for the plug, by the way!
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Wasn't this tap-dancing guy in the other recent Portland thread, I think by Sekkle?

haha. Yes, he gets around. Great job my man on the photos. I hope you dropped your camera long enough to look around & enjoy yourself!
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Old Posted Sep 7, 2009, 4:06 PM
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Great post! I love the Pearl District. It's amazing the overall good quality of the new construction. Here in NYC there's such a huge range between starchitecture and utter crap.

Wasn't this tap-dancing guy in the other recent Portland thread, I think by Sekkle?

Yes I agree great quality. I didn't realize there were so many old bldgs until when I got there ... very nice clash. And yep it is the same guy I believe unless the dude has a twin that tapdances.

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Great pictures! I hope you come back and visit soon!
Thank you. I hope to come back soon, I'd probably go next month or something if i could.

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Nice set to round things out. Thanks for the plug, by the way!
Thank you - I thought so. But P1 went through the most areas. The plug? Ah sure, I felt it was only fair considering your thread was so great and I didn't want it to get pushed aside by another portland thread.

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haha. Yes, he gets around. Great job my man on the photos. I hope you dropped your camera long enough to look around & enjoy yourself!
Hey...haha I took a lot of shots but I think I enjoyed myself quite a bit, in fact I think the photos coulda turned out better if I was more concened composing the shot. Maybe next time I'll have more of a balance .
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Nice pics, looks like some of the buildings under construction in Winter 08 are now completed, interesting views.
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Old Posted Sep 10, 2009, 2:17 AM
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Wpg: Hah! Portland is a beautiful place so it was a pleasure to photograph.

Brandon: I actuallly heard some Portlanders say there wasn't that much that had changed from the previous years comparing previous years like 2007-2008, 2006-2007 I guess.
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Great stuff EE. Wow, I'm blown away. The Pearl District looks fantastic. This was a great way to end the set, and you have really convinced me I need to go to Portland. Great photos, and great commentary as well.

I liked set 1 the best. Don't know why. I just think it had the best shots.
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