En Route: Alternative Travel in Portland

photos by Kate Daigneault

Portlanders tend to move about the city the same way they do everything— alternatively. The chilly yet mild winters of northwestern Oregon require only a few more, perhaps waterproof, layers. Portland photographer Kate Daigneault took to the streets and bridges to capture those moving about the city sans automobile—an ode to the cold-weather commuters.

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