It seems like Hostas are one thing that seems to be OK in the shady part of our yard, though we have another in the sun that seems perfectly happy. We also have a Spiderwort that thrives in a shady spot.
"Although it's not that close, we've fallen in love with La Isla Bonita on 122nd, on the East side of 122nd, across from the Safeway between Burnside and Glisan. The folks are friendly and the verde sauce is to die for. They…"
The famous Irvington Neighborhood Coyote. I hope to get a real photo of him/her but I was caught by surprise. The neighborhood crows don't seem to like him much. He was being chased down our street by 6-8 of them.
Welcome to the group. If you have an interest in photography you should check out Northwest Center for Photography and the i witness gallery. The i witness gallery features work created by photographers from the Northwest exclusively. This includes work by seasoned and emerging professionals, as well as student photos created during Center workshops. The current DUALITY exhibit features 50 photos taken by award winning photographers Randy Olson and Melissa Farlow during 50 assignments for National Geographic Magazine, and runs through the end of April.
Jed Conklin’s TURNING CORNERS photo exhibit will be opening Friday, May 6 from 6-9 p.m—and his artist’s talk will be Saturday, May 7 from 2-3 p.m.
Gallery hours are Tue-Fri, noon-6pm and Sat from 1-6pm. The gallery is open late (From 6-9pm) for the First Friday Gallery walks and is located at 1028 SE Water Avenue, Suite 50, Portland—housed in the Northwest Center for photography (NCP) located in the Water Avenue Commerce Center building.
NCP workshops cover everything related to image making —from the moment of exposure to the art of presentation and everything in between. Workshops are designed for digital, film or video or B&W wet processing in our darkroom. NCP’s team of professional instructors—all passionate about photography—is committed to advancing the challenged and challenging the advanced. NCP believes having fun while learning is essential to the creative process and our goal is to provide a range of workshops suitable for the broadest audience—whether being taken for personal enrichment or if one is pursuing a career.