Monthly Archives: January 2010

Winter moon over Lake Superior

The moon left a wide streak of light on Lake Superior tonight. You can see the moonshine to the left of the large pine tree in this photo. This photo was taken from Skyline Parkway in East Hillside.

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Huie’s Chopstick Inn

The bright red siding with yellow trim brightens up this block along East Fourth Street in the Central Hillside. This is one block from St. Mary’s Hospital [SMDC]. Read a couple reviews of Huie’s Chopstick Inn here. I try to be very true to the daily aspect of Duluth Daily Photo only using a photo […]

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Wolf Moon at Cass Lake

Today I am traveling.  I saw this moon over Cass Lake at dusk. It was very beautiful.  Friday, Jan. 29 is the largest full moon we will see all year. Robert Roy Britt Editorial Director Biggest and Brightest Full Moon of the Year SPACE.com – Fri Jan 29, 7:45 am ET Tonight’s full moon will […]

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Sun shines on turret

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Jay Cooke State Park

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Pickwick with Fitger’s sign in background

I like the way the Fitger’s sign shows up beyond the Pickwick building and signs.  The Pickwick is a restaurant that began in 1914. Read more at http://www.pickwickrestaurant.com/ Fitger’s is an old brewery now made into an upscale shopping mall, restaurants and of course the Fitger’s Hotel.  Read more at http://www.fitgers.com/

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Twelve Holy Apostles Church

As I was driving by I notice how pretty the Greek Orthodox Church looked. So I after my errands I drove back to get a photo. Each year in July the the Twelve Holy Apostles Church sponsors their major fund-rasier, “A Taste of Greece.”

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Snow in the wedges of the Coppertop

I liked the way the snow fell on the roof of the Coppertop Church. The little wedges or diamond each caught some snow. The television news just warned people about driving outside. People are asked not to travel. People are reminded that the alternate side parking changes on Sunday nights and everyone should be on […]

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Rainy winter Saturday

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Ornate Relief on Greysolon Plaza

Here is a close up of the Greysolson Plaza. Duluth is named after Daniel Greysolon, Sieur du Lhut, a French explorer. The following is from Sheldon Aubut’s Duluth History: Fourteen stories, 500 rooms. The Hotel Duluth had an elaborate bottom and top and plain middle, as a column would have. Also plenty of classical detailing, […]

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