Pride 2017 Minneapolis What can I say? It was a blast as always! Cute Pride Peeps Best part for me! The Queen!
Day 4 – Minneapolis Cityscape 7th Street 1980s Between 1983 and 1986 I had a studio in downtown Minneapolis. I was a stone’s throw from the night club First Avenue. From my window I could see the intersection of 7th street and 1st Ave. I … Continue reading5 Day Black & White Challenge – Day 4
Halloween is my favorite Holiday. From the start of its retail season in August, the items at Walgreens and my neighbor’s lawn decorations, I love it all. But I especially like the Trick or Treaters. The ones that come to my neighborhood are usually creative … Continue readingHalloween 2014
The Walker Art Center Hosted The International Internet Cat Video Festival. The innargual festival was a phenomenon because nobody, including the Walker, knew how big it would become. 10,000+ attendees showed up, all seated on an adjacent hill to watch a competition of cat videos … Continue readingInternational Internet Cat Video Festival
Trying to Coexist With Instagram Since starting this blog my feelings toward Instagram have evolved. I don’t want to say they have transformed because I still have some misgivings about the photo/video sharing platform. But since acquiring access to it, via an iPad, I have … Continue readingInstagram – From Coping to Mildly Liking It
Lately I have been flexing my photography muscles by reducing the equipment I use to do photo shoots. I am finding that practicing street shooting helps me how I approach other shoots. It also has helped to expand my vision. This summer offered numerous opportunities … Continue readingI am Not a Street Shooter.
Glenwood Avenue in Minneapolis hosted my first professional studio. The building’s number was 14 ½, which sounds magical nowadays, and was nestled on a corner of downtown that boasted storefronts whose vibrant history had faded long before I took up residence. My studio was … Continue readingThe View from My Studio Window
The Ideal Diner is a North East Minneapolis landmark known for it’s steak and eggs anytime and standard diner fare. This week I went in for the first time. I had fries.
While walking on Silver Spring Drive in my hometown of Milwaukee, Whitefish Bay, to be exact, I saw what I thought to be very large dog. What really puzzled me was someone was riding on it. Also there seemed to be a long, horse-like tail. … Continue readingUnexpected Encounters on a Typical Evening