The last hurrah of the Morning Glories, Autumn Rose blooms and what remains of the garden…
In looking back at recent weekly photo challenges, I noted ‘cherry on top‘ and ‘details‘. This pic of Kenny has a ‘cherry’ (I love the light that floats high above his head) and the ‘details’ of the windows that open up to the ruins and sky; the rough stone, and the thoughtful pose of a youngContinue reading “Kenny & Weekly Photo Challenges”
Finally! The sack house on the Mississippi will be more than an historic footnote! The Saint Paul Municipal Grain Terminal, built between 1927 and 1931, represents what was part of St. Paul, MN’s great history as a river port city. Happily, the structure was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2004. Now referred toContinue reading “City House & Red River Kitchen”
Beneath Your Feet
Do I have your attention?! 🙂 I helped a friend out by taking photos at their wedding, got taken by surprise by a horse I was photographing (he really wanted the carrot) and went to the Minnesota State Fair!
In a certain section of the capital city of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (population 3,384,569) live the poorest of the poor. Families are relegated to living among the city’s trash dumps, many begging for a living, to put food on the table. Organizations like The Berhan Yehun Project Ethiopia seek to aid the children of theseContinue reading “Children, Poverty, Education, Hope- and Smiles”
It is already old news. Minnesota, and much of the upper Midwest, is really in the deep freeze. With the backyard thermometer reading -20 (Fahrenheit), I decided it would be the perfect opportunity to visit The North Pole – restaurant, that is, in Newport, MN, a few miles outside of St. Paul. Mary North andContinue reading “Breakfast at The North Pole”