About Anna
Anna Shelton is a photographer and musician living in Portland, Oregon. Her images veer toward nature and nostalgia, with a surreal bent, and she has yet to photograph with a digital camera. She is currently pursuing certification as a horticulture therapist, and working on a photo/writing collaboration with Miki Johnson for LPV Magazine.
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Current city: Portland
Anna Shelton is a photographer and musician living in Portland, Oregon. Her images veer toward nature and nostalgia, with a surreal bent, and she has yet to photograph with a digital camera. She is currently pursuing certification as a horticulture therapist, and working on a photo/writing collaboration with Miki Johnson for LPV Magazine.
 
The Fraternal Order of the Eagles opens their doors for all types of community events. My favorites are the monthly Twilight Rummage Sale and twice-yearly Night Owl Record show. They also have Friday night karaoke, Sunday morning Bingo brunch and you can rent the place out pretty cheap for rock shows.
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I find myself walking through Powell Butte quite often. I love its old apple orchards, flat meadows and incredible view of Mt. Hood. On a clear day, 5 mountains can be seen from the park. The place is an extinct volcano and Portland's second largest park after Forest Park.
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This neighborhood theater is one of the oldest movie houses in the U.S. It opened up in 1915. I love to see movies here, especially screenings put on by Cinema Project. They are a collectively run, non-profit that screens amazing avant-garde films from the past and present.
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I love stopping by the Skyline after a hike through Forest Park. They have an amazing view, a brick BBQ pit, horse shoes, ping pong, and a REAL jukebox.
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The National Sanctuary of our Sorrowful Mother is a 62-acre Catholic shrine and botanical garden. The upper level has an amazing space-age meditation chapel providing awesome views of the Columbia River and Mt. St. Helens. It's made of polished granite and glass walls.
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Cindy is a painter living in Portland, Oregon.  Cindy captures the good old days in her sentimental paintings of characters from her past.
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