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  • Always Remember the Beauty of the Garden 🌲✨💐
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This is the first fallen autumn leaf I’ve come across this year 🍁 I’m a huge fan of bird baths and this one in my garden is one I’ve loved for many years. What better way for me to welcome the stirrings of fall than with a photo of this lovely little leaf atop a whimsical bird bath filled with fresh end-of-summer rain water in my own little piece of an enchanted garden?
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Wishing you a very magical day! ✨🔮🌙
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    @moonspundragon

    Portland, Oregon

    Always Remember the Beauty of the Garden 🌲✨💐
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    This is the first fallen autumn leaf I’ve come across this year 🍁 I’m a huge fan of bird baths and this one in my garden is one I’ve loved for many years. What better way for me to welcome the stirrings of fall than with a photo of this lovely little leaf atop a whimsical bird bath filled with fresh end-of-summer rain water in my own little piece of an enchanted garden?
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    Wishing you a very magical day! ✨🔮🌙

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  • The Fog of PDX
This goes back to what was still the best sunrise I’ve seen this year, on New Years Day. The sky had not yet lit on fire, but the city lights were slowly starting to turn off which changed the scene dramatically. Fabulous lenticular clouds stuck to the peak of MT Hood for the rest of the sunrise. Fatherhood makes sunrises a bit difficult for me these days, but so glad I made it up this morning, and early, as I was the first there and there were probably 50 other photogs shooting by the time the sun rose.
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    @jarreddecker

    Portland, Oregon

    The Fog of PDX
    This goes back to what was still the best sunrise I’ve seen this year, on New Years Day. The sky had not yet lit on fire, but the city lights were slowly starting to turn off which changed the scene dramatically. Fabulous lenticular clouds stuck to the peak of MT Hood for the rest of the sunrise. Fatherhood makes sunrises a bit difficult for me these days, but so glad I made it up this morning, and early, as I was the first there and there were probably 50 other photogs shooting by the time the sun rose.

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  • I remember, it was the night
before the yearly prom and
I didn't know how to tie my
shoes out of anxiety, let
alone my tie. I texted my friends
to ask if they were nervous too.
Of course they weren't, they had
hearts of steel. They asked if I
liked my date and I didn't know
what to say. I guess I did, kind
of a lot, but I couldn't pin it
with any level of concreteness.
The night came and went. We
had a great time together. My
friends laughed at how empty
of words I was the entire night.
From that point forward, I
became more interested in the
English language. I memorized
the origins of words, read
Walt Whitman and Robbert Herrick,
and became a poet myself
through the sheer passion I had
for every punctuation we typed
and pause we made when we
spoke. People came and gone,
but I was always thinking about
the way she looked on prom night
and finally, one day walking through
Portland's Alphabet District, with
freshly bloomed flowers on the
trees, it came to me. Out of
nowhere, out of sight, it was
at that point in my life that I found
it abundantly clear that I learned
every word, memorized every
definition, and read every prose
as a way to convey the love
that I had felt for years. For her.
My language had been built
around her heart. I remember
every expression she made in
every situation. The fights and
making up were unique to her
heart. The way she held hands
with my hand having to be
on the bottom. She asked me
how much I loved her. I don't
think the answer I gave did
it justice. I gave her a call
and it went to voicemail.
I let her know that I'll pick up
the kids and I'll be home soon.
Who knew one day, a decade
later, I would finally find the
words to prove to the love of
my life that she was everything
that I needed and more. I
can't wait to go home. She's
going to love hearing it.
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    @austinallenjulio

    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    I remember, it was the night
    before the yearly prom and
    I didn't know how to tie my
    shoes out of anxiety, let
    alone my tie. I texted my friends
    to ask if they were nervous too.
    Of course they weren't, they had
    hearts of steel. They asked if I
    liked my date and I didn't know
    what to say. I guess I did, kind
    of a lot, but I couldn't pin it
    with any level of concreteness.
    The night came and went. We
    had a great time together. My
    friends laughed at how empty
    of words I was the entire night.
    From that point forward, I
    became more interested in the
    English language. I memorized
    the origins of words, read
    Walt Whitman and Robbert Herrick,
    and became a poet myself
    through the sheer passion I had
    for every punctuation we typed
    and pause we made when we
    spoke. People came and gone,
    but I was always thinking about
    the way she looked on prom night
    and finally, one day walking through
    Portland's Alphabet District, with
    freshly bloomed flowers on the
    trees, it came to me. Out of
    nowhere, out of sight, it was
    at that point in my life that I found
    it abundantly clear that I learned
    every word, memorized every
    definition, and read every prose
    as a way to convey the love
    that I had felt for years. For her.
    My language had been built
    around her heart. I remember
    every expression she made in
    every situation. The fights and
    making up were unique to her
    heart. The way she held hands
    with my hand having to be
    on the bottom. She asked me
    how much I loved her. I don't
    think the answer I gave did
    it justice. I gave her a call
    and it went to voicemail.
    I let her know that I'll pick up
    the kids and I'll be home soon.
    Who knew one day, a decade
    later, I would finally find the
    words to prove to the love of
    my life that she was everything
    that I needed and more. I
    can't wait to go home. She's
    going to love hearing it.

  •  5  1  6 minutes ago
  • Reverb is one if those things that can make it break a mix! it's a very important effect but can easily muddy up a mix and can easily become over kill and eating up all your headroom but still sound decent to the ear  you have to be careful with this effect. It's important to know what each knob does. This is a great sheet to save and refer back to if you're ever having doubts or trouble with your reverb settings!! Thank you @cosmicacademy for this cheat sheet!! 🙏
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    @championsoundpdx

    Portland, Oregon

    Reverb is one if those things that can make it break a mix! it's a very important effect but can easily muddy up a mix and can easily become over kill and eating up all your headroom but still sound decent to the ear you have to be careful with this effect. It's important to know what each knob does. This is a great sheet to save and refer back to if you're ever having doubts or trouble with your reverb settings!! Thank you @cosmicacademy for this cheat sheet!! 🙏

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    @oregrowninc

    Portland, Oregon

    Another sneak peak at our Fall ‘19 collection 👀😎🍂🍃 Dropping soon... 🏃‍♂️🏃‍♀️

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