Demand justice. Listen. Learn. Speak with new wisdom. Act. My first Minnesota home was at 35th and 10th Ave S, blocks from the scene of George Floyd’s murder. Justice now. Hilton of Mad Dads said to us, “It’s a beautiful day; I am breathing and the sun is shining…”
Life is terribly odd right now as most everyone around the world is aware. What follows are a few photographs of life at home in St. Paul, MN, as we adjust.
Please say hello to Groot. He was found on a sidewalk today, with a sibling who did not make it. Groot was rushed to the emergency Vet and is now living next door with awesome foster parents who will nurture him; we are cheering him on and invite all of you to do the same. :).
Ah, yes. Another entry submitted for consideration in the MN State Fair Fine Arts Competition. This year: “Driving Rain” taken during an intense storm in September 2018.
There is a lot of water flowing though St. Paul, MN this weekend. The Mississippi River is now expected to crest at about 20 feet today or tomorrow, before it begins receding. We took a hike to see for ourselves. No biking for awhile:
Belated Halloween greetings from the safety of our front porch 🙂
The trio in the screened window incorporates one adopted by the foster parents (the little gal in the middle) and the two Tuxies still waiting for their furrever home.
Every year the MN State Fair Fine Arts competition presents a unique opportunity to be part of the Fair experience- and fail. LOL. It’s OK. Really. This year, I experimented with manual settings on the camera and black and white shots only- and submitted one of those photos. I have been inspired by the amazingContinue reading “Another summer; another State Fair photo entry”