Portland Snowpocalypse 2017 | PDX Photographer

January 16, 2017  •  1 Comment

Tuesday, January 10th 2017, it began snowing and didn't stop. We hit record snow fall since 1977. Portland of course shutdown completely. Everything was covered in beautiful snow. It is a photographer's dream, especially when we rarely get snow, and I mean snow that covers the city. 

I walked around a 6 block radius in the Pearl District in Downtown Portland. It was so peaceful and beautiful. I of course brought my camera with me to document this record breaking snow fall. 

Jamison Square covered in snow Jamison Square tree walkway covered in snow 2017 Jamison Square fountain buried in snow Jamison square boardwalk covered in snow Closeup of snowflake in Portland Portland Streetcar driving through snow Pearl District Tanner Springs covered in snow Tanner Springs Boardwalk covered in Snow Snow Angels in Tanner Springs Park, Portland Oregon Pearl district Tree branches covered in snow Fields Park in Portland Oregon covered in snow Snowman dog at Fields Park I love how creative Portlanders are, especially in the snow. Checkout the amazing snow dog and snow angels on the fence. 

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Kim Wise(non-registered)
The snow is so beautiful, and you did an excellent job capturing it for those of us who never get to see snow! Keep up the good work Megan...the photos are so fun to look through.
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