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photo of the us bank tower and made in oregon sign with the willamette river and vera katz esplanade

US Bank Tower vs Willamette River

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The south end of downtown Portland from the Vera Katz Esplanade.

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  • that’s a beautiful cityscape, reflections & the moving grass in the foreground looks great too.. nice work.. :)

  • Very nice night shot. I like the water texture in the foreground, and the reflections%u2026

  • the blurred grass in the front is really pretty

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  • Shutter speed: 5 sec
  • Focal length: 24 mm
  • Aperture: f/10.0

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