Yesterday I went on a Ten Toe Walk led by Rich Cassidy as part of the PBOT SmartTrips program. The walk started at The Grotto, a serenely lovely spot in East Portland which, in addition to a chapel and grotto at the base of the cliff also has a very lovely park above the cliffs, you have to take an elevator to get to it but it's worth the $4 ticket. If you're coming in on the 205 from the airport you'll notice the giant cross on the cliff; that's the Grotto.
The walk went from the Grotto along a path which borders I-205 and the east side of Rocky Butte and then headed up to the top of Rocky Butte Park which has been renovated in the 1990s by a private group. The construction of all the rock walls and ramparts was a WPA project. Lots of good views. Always good photo ops.
I really liked the people silhouetted against the sky at the top of the steps in this photo and cropped in on them and enlarged them to get a sense of the moment the photo was taken.