Decadent Decay photo session image number 1. This is the first part of a 7 part series of images created at Tanner Springs Park and The Fields Park in Portland, Oregon, and featuring Jenny Watson. The historic Centennial Mill provided a truly decadent background for these images.
This image was created in front of a large sculpture of railroad ties that lines the entire street block of this park. The sculpture was created to honor the industrial history of the area. And the rest of the park is an attempt at recreating the natural history of the area. Tanner Springs was originally and creek that ran from the West Hills into the Willamette River, in this area. In this image in particular, I like how the rust of the railroad ties matches the color of Jenny’s hair. Plus, that one raised eyes, really adds some comedic value to the image, and innocence to the subject.
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2 replies to “Decadent Decay, Part 1 of 7”
The photo is great! Her raised eyebrow – I thought only my oldest daughter could raise her eyebrow like that!! – is so expressive. Looking forward to seeing the next pics in this series! ~SueBee
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