Pinhole Foggy Morning: Oaks Park | Daily Stank Image Bank

Pinhole Foggy Morning
Pinhole Foggy Morning
Oaks Park, Portland, Oregon
Taken on December 8, 2008
Photo By gumanow
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This is a beautiful picture as always by Gary (Santacon photo(s) and story by him). If you are wondering how to see this beautiful scene in person, Gary sent this over:

(picture taken) just north of the Sellwood Bridge in the park that I think is Oak's Park, just south of the amusement park. The picture is looking north. It was about 8am in the morning

The picture obviously stirred up some emotion in one viewer and he wrote the following comment:

I stumbled on this photo. Here's my reaction:

I remember breaking up with a girl in a park. We sat on the bench and I told her about how much I cared for her, that her life was worth more than mine. I explained that I would never forget the moment we kissed in the dark so deep that I could not find her lips. I let her know that I would always be there for her, but that I did not love her.

I was seventeen.
This august, 11 years later, I will make this girl my wife.
Thank you.

That was written by Martin Kettling of the Eugene O'Neil Theater in Connecticut.  The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center is the nations first development center for new plays and now includes development for many forms of performance – including musicals and puppets, all of which have open submissions programs available to everyone.

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One Response to Pinhole Foggy Morning: Oaks Park | Daily Stank Image Bank

  1. Jmartens December 13, 2008 at 15:31 #

    wow, that is a great pic!

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