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I remember interning with the Muncie Star Press (Indiana days) and how lucky I felt when I was assigned a photo story.  A photo story is different from your typical article.  A photo story has close to no words.  It may have a few sentences of an introduction or it may just have a few captions. The images tell the story and the reader is allowed to assume or interpret as they wish.

I’ve been sitting on a story for a little while now- I was waiting for some writing inspiration to kick in.  Sometimes I love to write and other times I’m like um, can’t I just show you an image without any words?  The inspiration to write about a week’s worth of photo shoots that involved everything from sculptures to homemade noodles to painters never happened.  But I really wanted to share these photos.  Maybe the task of writing out all the details of each place felt daunting.  Maybe I know that people typically don’t stop by this blog for my witty words.  Regardless of how I came to the conclusion of posting this post as a photo story, I feel it was the right decision. And without further ado, I will stop writing this introduction and allow you to consume the photo story of downtown Beaverton.  Assume and interpret away.

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It’s a lot of photos and visual stimulation to take in all at once, I know.  If you want to know where any of these places are located, or where I shot, or what food I ate or what I learned about Beaverton from doing this assignment- I’d be happy to answer any of your questions.  Just shoot me an email at aubrielegault@gmail.com

I hope you enjoyed the photo story.

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May 26, 2016 - 6:24 pm

Erin @ Platings and Pairings - Absolutely stunning! You captured everything so beautifully. My favorite shots are the one of the paintbrushes, the one of the cowboy boots and the one of the boot brushes (?)… I want to frame them all!

May 26, 2016 - 6:45 pm

Pech - I love this! It reminds me of when I was younger I would just sit and look through tons of issues of National Geographic (remember when people collected those…). I couldn’t read all the text around it, but it was endlessly fascinating to still flip through, looking at images, not being told anything but being able to still be transported from what the photographer captured just by itself and still getting a story from it. You should definitely do more of these (though I can imagine it’s pretty time consuming with all the photo taking and then curating them!)

May 26, 2016 - 7:40 pm

Meredith {MarthaChartreuse} - What a beautiful showcase of a neighborhood and community that is sure to surge and grow in coming years!

May 26, 2016 - 8:44 pm

fabiola@notjustbaked - Wow, this is incredible. I seriously loved every single photo.

May 26, 2016 - 11:31 pm

Marlynn @ UrbanBlissLife - Such a gorgeous photo story, Aubrie! Beautiful captures of the many different sides of Beaverton.

May 26, 2016 - 11:48 pm

Create/Enjoy - Wow, Aubrie, these are just amazing! I love Beaverton =) and you totally captured it! I bet their Economic Development department would enjoy seeing this! http://www.beavertonoregon.gov/178/Economic-Development-Division

May 27, 2016 - 9:06 am

Chris Angelus - Great eye. Ultra-talented.

May 27, 2016 - 8:23 pm

Erin Mckalip - Such stunning photos. You are so talented. I love this collection, it makes Beaverton seem so colorful 😉 And oh my gosh, I LOVE LOVE LOVE Duh Ka Bee. Such a great hidden gem.

June 2, 2016 - 8:15 pm

Leslie Cole - Aubrie! These are fantastic. Thanks for sharing these. I’d love to grab a coffee with you sometime this summer – let’s talk!

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