A quiet overcast morning in Uptown.
The city of Minneapolis continues to work in the Lagoon between Lake of the Isles and Lake Calhoun. They built steel retaining walls on both sides of the channel and then a dirt and rock road to work on while they dug a trench for the sewer line that runs under it. I hope they finish before winter! Tune in tomorrow for a little photography fun with this image!
The perfect moment in the woods.
The sun peaks up over the Cedar Corridor prairie. Sometimes it’s fun to stare at the sun.
Ever wonder what the Parks Department does with the garbage barrels in the winter? It seems I found where they hide them. Goes to show that in the right light, everything looks good.
Another winter day comes to an end. We finally have snow here in Minneapolis. It’s been unseasonable warm; strange to be reminded what winter is supposed to look like here.
Graffiti on railroad bridge in Northeast Minneapolis.
Every photographer in Minneapolis has to have this shot. If you go looking, you’ll figure out where to stand, in fact, it’s delightfully obvious. The first time I went looking and found the location, it was like finding a geocache or and Easter egg.
The Chicago Bridge and Iron Works built this local landmark a hundred years ago in 1910. Every time I look up at it as I pass below it on the Cedar Corridor bike trail I feel like yelling up “It is I, Arthur, son of Uther Pendragon, from the castle of Camelot. King of the Britons, defeater of the Saxons, Sovereign of all England!”
The Lagoon between Lake Calhoun and Lake of the Isles on a quiet morning in Uptown.