Category Archives: Lincoln Park or West End

Celebrating hopscotch weather

This little boy enjoyed the warm outside weather. His sister made this hopscotch. He doesn’t quite understand hopscotch, but was glad to give it a try for the photographer.His mom says he loves being outside. His mom and his grandmother sat on the front stoops enjoying the sun also. Today was the first day that […]

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Forecast, windy with whitecaps, blowing sand and gravel

I know technically the above photos isn’t the best photo, but I figured my fans would be disappointed if they didn’t get a look at the our beautiful usually deep blue Lake Superior now colored brown with the whitecaps. The wind blew the cap of my head once, after that I held onto my hat. […]

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Town hall forum on public safety

In light of the recent shootings in Minneapolis, Baton Rouge and Dallas and in the spirit of collaboration and transparency a town hall forum was held at Denfeld High School on Tuesday night.  About 60 people gathered at Denfeld High School to learn more about public safety from the Duluth mayor and Duluth’s police, fire […]

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Ore docks

A view from Lincoln Park High School of the ore docks. Notice the grass growing on the train tracks on the right. I’ve never been at a high enough elevations to see the tops of the tracks.

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Big rock in Lincoln Park

A great place to pose for a photo in Lincoln Park.  Lincoln Park (originally named Garfield Park) is one of the oldest of Duluth parks. Straddling Miller Creek and stretching from 3rd Street up to Skyline Parkway, it encompasses some 35 acres. This might be “Elephant Rock”

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One day it’s winter, the next it’s a dog day of summer

The temps got up into the upper 80’s and low 90’s on Friday.

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Wet leaves

Many times spring is traditionally thought of as the rainy season, but it seems to me it rains a lot in October.

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Turret and Tree

A pretty red tree hides what might have been a fancy house in it’s day. This house on First Street and 18th Avenue West in the West End or what is now called Lincoln Park.  

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