Portland Snowpocalypse Pictures 3: More pictures of snow in Portland
After two days of snow, Portland was gifted with a third day of snow. The morning started off well, but by the end of the day the weather deteriorated into freezing rain. Nevertheless, I enjoyed traipsing around downtown in the early morning before heading to the cinema with friends.
Elephants covered in snow.
Gates to Chinatown
Keep Portland Weird, with snow in front.
Despite the snow, there was still a mini line outside of Voodoo Donuts.
It was weird being in the Saturday Market location on Saturday with no Saturday Market.
Looking out along the waterfront, and all I see is Narnia from the lamp-post.
Whenever I see a line of benches like this, I think of Enchanted. So pretty seeing the benches covered in snow.
The Willamette didn’t freeze over though.
Top of a ship, now a statue.
Under the Morrison Bridge
A rock with a plaque.
The spot of the former Oregonian Building.
Animal statue says Hello, do you like all the snow?
Food carts are closed!
Where would you like to go today?
From the Pioneer Place Skybridge.
A Starbucks Employee made a snowman in Pioneer Square.
I went out after the ice storm in the evening, but didn’t manage to get any amazing pictures that showed the ice as any different from snow – but I did get this cool picture of a tree.
If you didn’t catch it yet, feel free to check out pictures from the first day of snow and the second day of snow.