Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Anatomy of a Walk: this time with music

I did a post a few years ago called Anatomy of a Walk. We did this same walk last weekend, near the same time of year, but this time I made a movie for you, instead of photos. Just a simple walk around my favorite local park here in North Portland, on a crisp fall morning with the one I love and two maltipoos. All is right with the world.

7 comments:

cat said...

just beautiful. i've always loved portland so much! *sigh* the girls and i might be coming for a visit in april...my sister, who is living in beaverton, is having twins then so we thought, "what better time to visit the aunties?!" can't wait!

xoxoxoxo

jade cichy said...

Cathedral Park, my favorite place. Made me cry. I can hardly wait to move back to North Portland from CA.

Thanks Lelo.

A Lewis said...

I'm diggin' it baby! Such a beautiful time of year with those that we love!

Jacquelyn said...

I love how you captured those moments and set them to music. What a warm fuzzy feeling. Thanks for sharing!

Kari said...

I love the sights, the dogs running ahead, and the song. Who sings that song? What a peaceful and calming voice! My daughter is thinking she might want to attend college (in two years) in Oregon...we need to come for a visit - it looks gorgeous.

Grace Peterson said...

Hi LeAnn, I usually have my computer on mute but made an exception for this. I'm glad I did. I'm wondering if the song was by Jack Johnson. Your dogs are adorable. The bridge [Fremont?] is massive and a stunning juxtaposition to the nature below it. A real treat! You've got talent.

idigress said...

Loved this! I still haven't been there, can you believe it? I am making a list (you know how I love those!) and going here is now on it. Thanks for sharing such good things with us.