Minneapolis Daily Photoblog
A photo outpost on the edge of the great western prairie, Minneapolis Daily Photoblog records life in the beautiful rugged northern land of Minnesota. Minneapolis is a bustling metropolis with beautiful greenspaces, rivers and truly epic winters. This unique city was created by the railroad and lumber barons in the wild frontier leaving lots of awesomely rusty hulks and quiet wooded corridors to photograph.
If you don’t wax your car for a real long time, you can have a finish just like this! The combination of chrome and deteriorating finish remind me of the omnipresent scorched patina in the Star Wars universe.
Happy good luck new year!
I don’t think the gang graffiti did this sign much harm. I absolutely love the weird oozing stains along the top of the pillars, who knows what did that.
This poor signal light has had a rough life; the piece of wire is all that’s holding it together…
Just a little something for those of you who get up early for this day of savings. I however, am staying in bed.
I noticed the moon near this powerline pole. When I changed lenses and moved to position the moon, I discovered that the line that goes in front of the moon is painted blue. It looks like some weird effect of the moon behind the line, but it isn’t; just serendipitous.
Graffiti on railroad bridge in Northeast Minneapolis.
Railroad tracks in Northeast Minneapolis.