This bench along the canal between Lake of the Isles and The Lagoon was dedicated to a local legend, can you guess who? Find out tomorrow!
I took this on a very busy, warm evening when the bridge was quite crowded. With a nice long 20-second exposure, they all became shadows blurred across the scene.
Love the weathering on the 3rd Ave Bridge over the Mississippi by the Saint Anthony Falls.
The classic views of the Stone Arch Bridge over the Mississippi. A fun place to hang out too.
Morning over the Lagoon. The days are numbered for the soon-to-be fleeting color green as the cold snap over the weekend is starting to take it’s toll in the trees in the area. The trees on Raspberry island on Lake of the Isles has a few trees starting to turn. The Bridge on the right is the Uptown Greenway as it passes over the Chain of Lakes.
Twilight wains as the lights of the Hennepin Avenue Bridge sparkle to life.
Irene Hixon Whitney Bridge in infrared from Loring Park.
It’s actually called the St. Anthony Falls Bridge, named for the falls just upriver from the bridge. The bridge is normally lit blue at night, but on this anniversary of 9/11, it was lit red, whit & blue. Kudos to Cheyenne for holding still for a 3 second exposure on a windy night.
Minneapolis Basilica from the Irene Hixon Whitney Bridge. Not sure what the creepy sticker is, but I liked the juxtaposition.
There is a fifth dimension, beyond that which is known to man. It is the middle ground between light and shadow and it lies between the pit of man’s fears and the summit of his knowledge. It is an area which we call Infrared Photography…