Looking up. A woodpeckers work.
Featuring personal photos of the Lake Minnetonka Area and things of interest to the author.
Red Wagon, yellow spokes, pink flowers... should I use more subtle color names?
The morning sun was a intense. The temperature a mild 6o degrees. I had a chance meeting with a group of flowers at the Countryside Farm Market, which was not open at 6 am. The warm polarized light muted subtleties, but then again, what are subtleties? Only slighter exaggerations.
The morning sun was a intense. The temperature a mild 6o degrees. I had a chance meeting with a group of flowers at the Countryside Market, which was not open. The polarized the light muted subtleties, but then again, what are subtleties? Only slighter exagerations.
Thursday. I ordered a carry out pizza from a pizza place with an unusual name: "B.Grizzly's" I documented the event, to properly note the culinary importance.
A foggy morning. Peering through the haze, the roofline and cross on top. Nearby.
The Excelsior Dock needs some physical attention. A coat of bright paint. A simple mural. Perhaps I should photoshop some ideas.... But perhaps I am out of the loop. Perhaps there is other things in the making. An empty lot sets next door.
I should probably update my photo, here is one I took hanging out in the 38degree Mid May/Spring weather. "I'm"
Water Street, Excelsior. Sunday Evening and, as I take a few store front pictures, a mid-50ish man walks by sporting plank shorts, a noisy black & white animal print hat and t shirt. The sun is going down and it is around 55 degrees. The street is dying down after a brief spell of excitement generated by the Minnesota Wild playoff game. I focus on the mundane.Pansies. Ships that belong in large bottles. Alas, I have missed the Art Tour.