Tag Archive: Minneapolis

One Park at a Time: One Splendid River

My last post inspired this post. The Mississippi River travels 2,348 mi, 3778 km, from Lake Itasca to the Gulf of Mexico. I have lived near both ends. It starts as a creek… Continue reading

More Amazing Photography

In an earlier post I spoke of a workshop by Wayne Moran. He only photographs Minnesota. Here are some of his photographs and a link to his site Let There Be Light Fine… Continue reading

Photographic Workshop

I attended a 3 hour, 6 mile photographic workshop by Wayne Moran of Let There be Light Fine Arts. He talked about composition and camera settings. Then we took a photographic walk around… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate

This Weekly Photo Challenge is Intricate. Here are mine from downtown Minneapolis. I used the building to make pattern. See more of my photo at My Photography.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Relic

This Weekly Photo Challenge is Relic and it asks, “What images does “relic” conjure for you? A well-worn piece of blue beach glass, the faded pencil markings from a high-school journal, or the curmudgeonly… Continue reading

Mississippi River: Downtown Minneapolis


Mississippi River: Below Coon Rapids Dam

The Outsirts of Downtown

Vastlycourious often inspires me with her cities photos (as in there are many cities ). They make me want to go downtown and see what I can find. So one Saturday, I took… Continue reading

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