Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Hunter Building

The Hunter Building is a beautiful building located at 31 W. Superior Street. It was built in 1872 by John C. Hunter to house the Duluth Savings Bank.

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Where have all the photos gone?

Just want you to know that I take photos for you all everyday, but because my computer has issues and I get tired at night, I don’t always get them loaded up. Just let me know if you want them more often. Having an audience is most of the fun! Naomi

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Sunrise and Steam

Steam rising out of the lake makes a unique effect.

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Steam heat at sunset

What uniquely Duluth items do you see? I see a skwalk, First Presbyterian Church made from bluestone and the steam heat. This is 5th Avenue East. The steam heat goes out as far as 10th Avenue East to heat large buildings like hospitals. It is a utility owned by the city.

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Ice globes

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Did you lose your cap?

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Iced-over

Everything was covered in ice today.  I was too scared to really venture very far to get a good photo, but you can see a drop of water on a branch to the left. It was a dangerous temperature today. Dangerous because it was perfect to turn to ice.

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This photo was taken on Friday afternoon. It was a foggy overcast day. This is Mesaba Avenue, note the rock. It is basalt. See more about geology of Duluth here.

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Frosted trees

The photo was taken near UMD and near Bagley Nature Center. Today it finally warmed up. It was a balmy 28 degrees. It was overcast the warm weather was a relief. I didn’t have to wear long-johns and could wear a coat that is a little more stylish and not worry that I as going […]

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Frosty handprint on Skywalk window

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