Posts Tagged ‘St. Johns Bridge

19
Nov
18

Reflections…

St. Johns Bridge (1929) linking N. Portland to the NW side of Portland. The Willamette R. flowing toward the Columbia River a short distance away near Linnton, Oregon.

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03
Dec
16

Not the usual…

I don’t usually take shots of busy landscapes. The clutter of man is usually avoided. Here I saw the St. John’s Bridge (Portland, Oregon) spanning the Willamette River. Perhaps that would be a shot without the intrusion of the pilings, structures and rope/buoy…but I took in anyway… just because. Photo taken from the abandoned Linnton Plywood Factory.

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22
Oct
13

Photography: 0-Dark-30 beneath the bridge………

My son, Tony, went out with family members this past weekend to partake of the last opportunity to fish for sturgeon on the Willamette River (Oregon). All fishing for White Sturgeon in the Columbia River drainages will be indefinitely closed. 

The early morning provided some wonderful opportunity for some shots of the St. John’s Bridge on the Willamette River. And, for one of the finest tasting fish swimming….the pre-historic white sturgeon.

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bridge clearing

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Tony Sturgeon SB




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