Ovarian Cancer Awareness

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The Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge has turned teal in an effort to recognize Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.

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Sunrise Surprise

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On this morning, Lake Superior served up a little something different to me.  Not only did I get to see a lovely sunrise, but the wave action was creating spray patterns in front of the rising sun.  After a little … Continue reading

Northern Lights

I’ve been trying to cross this off my photography bucket list for some  time now.  Although conditions weren’t the best from this location, it was a good practice opportunity for me.

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Aug. 31, 2019, Thompson Reservoir, between Carlton and Jay Cooke State Park.

Canon 5D S, ISO 1250, 28mm, f/2.8, 15 sec.

Processing the Unknown

While cleaning out my father’s effects after he passed away, I discovered a 36 exposure roll of Kodak 400 B&W film.  I have no idea how old it was, but figured I would load it into my Nikon FM and see what happened.  All shots were taken in the downtown Minneapolis area.  I had the film developed, scanned the negatives at various resolutions and did some tweaking in Lightroom.  I did some spot removal, but mostly left them as is and cropped them to 8X10 as I prefer to print at 16X20.  Most of the images were pretty dark, not sure if that’s because of the age of the film or other factors.  They are also grainy, again, not sure if that is the age of the film.  In some ways, I like the effect, as it lends a dated feel to the images.  I don’t know that I will print any of them, but I do have a few favorites and am doing an exhibit of B&W work next month.  I may re-scan the favorites at a higher resolution to make them more printable.

Eye On The Bridge

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2019 is the second year they have included a giant inflated duck as part of the Festival of Sail.  Not sure why we need a giant duck, it’s here anyway.

Wildlife

It seemed that no matter where you were in the Badlands or the Black Hills, wildlife was everywhere.  You just had to keep your eyes open and be ready to stop.