Last night was the fourth in a tetrad of lunar eclipses. It was also a super, blood and harvest moon. I love all the misinformed and confused explanations out there about it. So here’s the cheat sheet edition: Lunar Eclipse: The earth’s shadow passes over the moon. Tetrad: Four Total Lunar Eclipses in two years. […]
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The Twin Cities and Western engines quietly pull their freight through the woods along the Kenilworth Trail in Minneapolis. This is the site of the proposed Southwest Light Rail train. It’s a beautiful trail that is used by commuters and recreational bikers, including me. One of the great perks of living in an otherwise crowded […]
Here’s Joe Paquet’s latest Newsletter, along with recent work and upcoming classes, check out the talk he will be giving on September 18th. Joe is a fantastic speaker and I will be there too! Joe Paquet has been featured in the Washington Post Sunday Magazine, The Artist’s Magazine, American Artist, Southwest Art and Plein Air […]
Along a path near Cedar Lake, I found the work of the mysterious Carin Builder of Uptown. It seems the neighborhood dogs like it too.
This bridge is on the western side of Lake of the Isles and signals the entrance to the long channel to Cedar Lake.
Found this little fella scoping out the neighborhood in anticipation of spring. I wonder where Mrs. Woodpecker is?
My client Bob Davis, podcaster and former radio co-host on Davis & Emmer has recently acquired a new (to him) vehicle, the “Mobile Podcast Command” is an ambulance that is now all decked out and painted. The day he took ownership of it, before it was painted, Bob and I went to measure the beast for […]
This is the other owl fledgeling, sleeping peacefully in a tree.
This is the mother of yesterday’s Fledgeling Owl in a Box. She was napping a few trees away from her young.
Could you call this a Box Owl? My cousin Jenny found out about a new family of owls at Silverwood Park in Saint Anthony. The mother and her two fledgelings were out and about and ready for us. But as nocturnal birds, they were pretty sleepy for the most part.