I’m behind in posting photos, so here’s a sampling of my past few months. Some from around our house, some from Minnesota in general. The captions will tell the story! All of them are kind of small for some reason but you can click on them to see them larger!
It’s been terriblly dry around here. This is a lake near our house…or, should I say, is supposed to be a lake. I believe this is a Redtailed Hawk, but I might be wrong.
Unsurprisingly, he didn’t stick around for long.
Cormorants near our house. I love how they dry their wings like this. They don’t have the oils in their feathers that most water birds have, so they have to hang them to dry!
This fall we drove up to Minneapolis and Saint Paul, aka The Twin Cities of Minnesota. Along the way I took a few shots…
I find old barns to be a lot more interesting than new ones.
In all my 19 years in Minnesota I’d never visited the Walker Art Center or the sclupture garden across the street. This is the most famous sculpture there, and has become synonymous with Minneapolis.
I kind of like this different view…
The Minnesota Capitol Building.
A bald eagle was hanging out along the highway. I was glad the photo turned out this well when going 55mph – no, I wasn’t the one driving!
Our back yard, a couple weeks ago.
Sunrise in Worthington, Minnesota.
A few minutes later a man walked by…