A street view of Park Avenue West

“The top floor is $3 million, the middle $2 million, and the bottom, $1 million,” said the man selling Street Roots cater-corner1Wow! So many alternative spellings and pronunciations. Choose the one you like. To be honest, I grew up calling this kitty corner. from the grand entrance of Portland’s new Park Avenue West building.2I like downtown Portland — the people, the energy, and the buildings. But I’m not comfortable taking pictures of people I don’t know. I guess that means I’m not a street photographer. Buildings are another matter. I like their lines, the textures and reflections on their surfaces, and the geometric shapes they form. “I don’t know what I’d do with a million-dollar studio.”

I had to agree.

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    Wow! So many alternative spellings and pronunciations. Choose the one you like. To be honest, I grew up calling this kitty corner.
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    I like downtown Portland — the people, the energy, and the buildings. But I’m not comfortable taking pictures of people I don’t know. I guess that means I’m not a street photographer. Buildings are another matter. I like their lines, the textures and reflections on their surfaces, and the geometric shapes they form.

By Brent Logan

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