Portland Panoramas 2015 — photo 20 of 21: In this panoramic photo, looking north from the Hawthorne Bridge, the historic Morrison Bridge spans the Willamette River in the foreground. Further back are various buildings in the Lloyd District on the east side of the river. On the left behind the American flag, you can see part of the Moda Center, with its unique curved roof. To the right, behind one of the Morrison Bridge towers, is the 17-floor Pacifica Calaroga Terrace senior apartment building. Above the center span of the bridge are the twin towers of the Oregon Convention Center.

From left to right, the next major building is the 16-floor, 242-foot Kaiser Permanente building. Next is the 18-floor, 245-foot Liberty Centre. Barely visible behind it to the left is the 16-floor, 202-foot Lloyd 700 building. Barely visible behind the Liberty Centre to the right is the tallest building outside of downtown Portland, the 20-floor, 289-foot Lloyd Center Tower. The building being constructed is the 21-floor, 250-foot Aster Tower. Finally, the domed building on the right is the Oregon State Office Building. April 2015.

Camera used: Olympus OM-D E-M5 with Panasonic Lumix 12-35mm f/2.8 zoom lens. Scroll to the right to see the rest of this panoramic photo.
For further details about the story behind this photo, see the related article On Portland's Bridges.
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