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I (cycle) CPH

I’ve been an urban cyclist since living in Frankfurt, Germany and while I’m certainly not a hardcore bike commuter, I do enjoy viewing new cities from the seatpost.  A recent trip to Copenhagen had me excited to be immersed into … Continue reading

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Shimmering Salmon

This recent (to me, anyway) addition of brushed stainless steel salmon onto a storefront flanking the North Park Blocks caught my eye not just for the the artwork that is is, but also because it is adhered to the SINGLE … Continue reading

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Silo at Sunset

As gentrification creeps into the east bank neighborhoods flanking the Willamette River in Portland, views such as this – the grainery silos along Interstate Road -will become rarer. Is it a bad thing? The demolition of these would be an … Continue reading

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Locke, California

Located in the primarily agricultural region southwest of Sacramento, Locke was established by Chinese immigrants in 1915, migrating from nearby Walnut Grove after a fire destroyed the Chinatown area.  The town of Locke was leased, settled and established by Yeuhai-speaking … Continue reading

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