Tag Archive: Mississippi River

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

Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Night

This week Friendly Friday Photo Challenge is night. Here is my entry: Washington Bridge Short history: Washington Bridge crosses over the Mississippi River just north of Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. It first opened in November… Continue reading

Sunday Trees – 422

Sunday Trees is hosted by Becca Givens and is all about trees. Here is my entry: This is the Mississippi River at an easy flood stage. Those clump of trees in the water… Continue reading

Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Letters K or L

This week Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge is things that start with with letters K or L. I chose the letter L: Lights on Interstate 35 West Bridge over the Mississippi River,… Continue reading

Sunday Trees: 397

Sunday Trees is a blog about Trees. This tree was taken a long the Mississippi River, which on occasion floods. When it does the water moves the soil from under the tree and… Continue reading

Cee’s Odd Ball Photo: The View

Cee’s Odd Ball Photos are those great photos that you take which really don’t seem to fit into a common category. Go to her blog page and add your photography. This is week… 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: 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: Overlook

You can see more Mississippi photos under Mississippi Project.

Mississippi River: Rain Drenched

I planned to stand in the same spot as in the last Mississippi River Post, but that particular spot is now part of the river. All these photos in Manomin Park are usually… Continue reading

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