Monthly Archives: August 2011

Bethany Cemetery

Today was foggy. I took this photo at the Bethany Cemetery in Hermantown

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Ceremony on the beach

It was the perfect late afternoon for a ceremony on the beach.

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Rose Garden, how community resolved the freeway debate

It so much fun to see the Rose Garden at Leif Erikson Park. Today there was wedding. The story of the construction of Interstate 35 and Duluth’s Rose Garden is Interesting. This  Website explains  that what follows is not an ideal example of how to design an urban freeway, but rather a case study of […]

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Duluth starts here

As a resident of Duluth who attends a lot of events and uses this downtown garage, I used to wonder why this sign says, “Duluth starts here.” But now I get it. It’s for the tourists who use the garage as guests at Holiday Inn.

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Enger Tower Mural

This mural is in the lunchroom at City Hall.

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Rainy Tuesday

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Late August Flowers at City Hall

One of the rules of the City Daily Photo Project is: No flowers or cute puppy photos. I really wanted to capture this scene with the flowers in full bloom. I figured if I worked the Duluth City Hall into the photo that it would fulfill the requirement of making the photo specific to Duluth.

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Zumba on the beach

Zumba is an exercise fad that has caught on across the nation. Who wants to exercise indoors when they could be outside enjoying the weather and beautiful scenery.  It basically a dancing exercise to a Latin beat. Learn more about Zumba here. You can even use that link to see if there is a Zumba […]

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Tanquility Cove on Park Point

While on Park Point I stopped to take in this quaint little scene. It’s a marina named Tranquility Cove and is located at 1426 Minnesota Ave. The little trailer which is painted black is the office. I like the red geraniums on the hitch.

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Home Sweet Home

Flying over the head of Lake Superior we see Minnesota Point with the industrial slips behind the point and the Blatnik or “High” Bridge connecting the industrial area to Superior Wisconsin. In the background is the second bridge, the Bong Bridge; behind that is the St. Louis River.

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