While i was leaving Sarah’s Table I noticed a parent and two children on bikes. I only got the parent and the one kid here. It felt very cold today. It was overcast all day and windy. It must have been a north wind. From the photo you can probably see that it is a gray day. and it’s ugly with dirty snow. I was surprised to see kids on bikes on such a cold, windy gray day.


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Snow and blue lake water

A high wind broke up the ice on Lake Superior, and snow covered the ice. The pure white snow looks lovely and the blue water changes hues during the day. The other evening the water was a soft turquoise blue. It fun watching the lake ice and water color change.

Posted in Lake Superior, Skyline Parkway.

Signs of spring in Duluth

This might not be what you would typically expect for a “signs of spring,” post. Notice the sun shining on the footwear, and notice that many are boots by some are sandals or shoes. Either one was appropriate for this day. This was a taken at a ribbon cutting for a new business, Runa Yoga. The business is located in the new Kenwood Village Complex.

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The evening sun through stained glass

Evening light shining through stained glass windows between marble columns was stunning on Wednesday evening. This was taken at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary 

It’s wonderful that sunlight is with us a little longer in the day. During the service the sun set and the stained glass wasn’t quite as stunning.

Posted in Congdon, Tischer Creek.

Smoking in the sunshine


The  shining sun first attracted me to this scene. We still have lots of snow on most of our streets, but you don’t see it here on Michigan Street. This is the back entrance to R.T. Quinlan’s. I was sitting outside of the Duluth Transportation Center, wanting to be outside, but unfortunately, I was in the shade.

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At first I was going to capture the way the sun shone on the Board of Trade Building, then I noticed this gentleman collecting cans. Good for him!

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Little dog botties

The perspective might make these look large, but these are little thumb sized dog booties hanging on the fence at the dog park. Jean Duluth Dog Park was comfortably full of people and dogs. The temp was about 32 degrees, part of the snow was packed down and icy, and parts were not icy. It was about perfect tempature.

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The eye of the penny

Where in Duluth do you guess I took this photo?

Posted in Downtown.

Pet-friendly store

As I walked along East Superior Street, I noticed this dog lying on the floor by the door. I kept on walking, but kept thinking, “That would make a great Duluth Daily Photo,” so I turned around and snapped his photo before the dog got too excited (as dogs often do) when it saw me near the door.

The name of the store is HuckleBeary, the store features gifts, cards, and creative space. It’s located at 106 E. Superior Street in the HART district. (Historic Arts and Theater.)

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This rock sits outside of the window at Caribou Coffee at Mt. Royal Find Food, just of Woodland Avenue. I think the rock type is basalt and is found throughout Duluth.

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