This is the mother of yesterday’s Fledgeling Owl in a Box. She was napping a few trees away from her young.
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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.
I found this little scene upstream from the Minnehaha Falls. There’s something about park benches… This is part of a series that I took along the Mississippi River during the beginnings of a snowstorm. The first post is King Boreas Returns.
Everybody stands here. It’s the overlook above Minnehaha Falls, but I chose to look the other way. Go figure. This is part of a series that I took along the Mississippi River during the beginnings of a snowstorm. The first post is King Boreas Returns.
Roots laid bare by the spring runoff. Yes, those are my footprints; they make a lovely compositional element to establish the flat plain of the shoreline. Not often I get to establish a line in a photo — something I miss from landscape oil painting. Not much else though. This is part of a series […]
Look closely, there’s someone walking into the frame on the right. I love the peace and quiet of a snowstorm. A good time to reflect. This is part of a series that I took along the Mississippi River during the beginnings of a snowstorm. The first post is King Boreas Returns.
This longshot of the next bend in the river reveals the airborne snow, the whitish haze on the right is not snow on the lens, it’s all the snow in the atmosphere. The sharper trees on the left are the inside of the bend on the other side of the river. This is part of […]
The shoreline I’m standing on is deep under a shelf of ice, but across the river on the outside of the bend, years of torrent have washed the roots of the trees clean. This little stretch of the river is accessible from the Dog Park between Fort Snelling and The Minnehaha Falls. This is part […]
A few March days of 70° weather in the Great North Country is a fanciful dream, appreciated by the natives, but always borrowed time. Mid last week, the forecast for the weekend was chilly, but clear — then Saturday my weather app lit up, ‘Winter Storm Alert’ it cried! The dream is over! Awake! And […]
My client Bob Davis has released podcast 314 on the specialized Podcast website I designed for him. Be sure to check it out: Bob Davis Podcast # 314 What this episode is about: Global Warming Hot Air. The ‘Climate Change Community’ thanks Brian Williams for making up stories, stealing coverage from what could be the […]