November 18, 2014 § 2 Comments
November 14, 2014 § 6 Comments
The days are shorter and colder. My stamina for standing outside for long periods of time looking for the perfect photo op is waning with the light. However, intersection montages continue to pique my interest, and usually don’t require more than 10-15 minutes of exposing my camera and bare fingers to the elements.
Today’s travels took me to a St. Paul intersection in a neighborhood that borders Interstate 94. It’s a mixed area bursting with old buildings, industrial warehouses and businesses, and grand Victorians and pre-war homes tucked away from the main traffic. The side streets curve and slope, keeping you guessing what’s around each corner.
I stopped at this particular intersection because I liked the light reflecting off the windows of a restored brick building and the Rothko-esque graffiti spray painted on the nearby railroad overpass.
November 13, 2014 § 1 Comment
I was parked illegally and an officer was edging up the street ticketing vehicles. That meant I had only a few minutes to duck into this Lowertown alley and snap a few shots of several older buildings. The photo below is the only one I liked.
It was a nice sheltered space to take photographs on a day when the temperatures hovered in the 20s and felt much colder.
October 14, 2014 § Leave a comment
What best defines indigo? Bluish-purple? Purplish-blue? I don’t quite know. A search on Google pulls up multiple hues of each. Ultimately, I chose to use Crayola’s definition as a guide.
Most of the photos were taken today throughout St. Paul and on Minneapolis’s Franklin Avenue.
October 12, 2014 § 2 Comments
A pristine sky today, but, alas, blue isn’t featured until tomorrow. Instead, it’s Green Day, and that color is still prevalent in the trees and grass and elsewhere despite the oncoming approach of winter.
All pictures were taken today (as always) and in St. Paul.
* * *
And one more — couldn’t resist posting this photo taken in Dayton’s Bluff. All the colors represented — red, orange, yellow, green, blue. violet, and I’m sure indigo’s in there somewhere.