Commuters stream toward downtown Minneapolis in this selectively colored image of the city skyline.
The view of downtown Minneapolis from across the Mississippi River near the entrance to the Stone Arch Bridge is a must-see for any visitor.
To celebrate the 150th birthday of the Star Tribune newspaper, multiple Minneapolis landmarks were lit green on the evening of May 25th, 2017.
Memorial Day 2017
The Lowry Bridge lit in patriotic colors to commemorate Memorial Day.
Wear Orange for Gun Violence Prevention
The Lowry Bridge glows orange - June 2, 2017
Dance Beneath the Diamond Sky
Lake Superior roars below as the Milky Way shines above in this image from Split Rock State Park in Northern Minnesoat.
The rocks and trees glow green under the LED lights of the city as the full moon rises under the Hennepin Avenue Bridge over the Mississippi River near downtown Minneapolis.
Shortly after the sun has set, the clouds above the St. Paul skyline become a technicolor dream, ranging from yellow to orange to red to magenta to blue.
Two Cities One Sunset
Standing high on the bluffs above the Mississippi River one can view the skylines of both Minneapolis and St. Paul at the same time as seen in this image taken shortly after sunset on an early spring day.
One Year Later
U.S. Bank Stadium and the 35W Bridge are lit in purple to note the first anniversary of the death of Minneapolis musical icon, Prince.
The Result of Purple Rain?
The purple light of the 35W Bridge above is reflected on the Mississippi River below in this tribute to the anniversary of Prince's untimely passing.
A Purple 1 for the Purple One
To commemorate the first anniversary of Prince's death, the iconic 1st National Bank sign in downtown St. Paul was lit purple.
The Minneapolis skyline pops out from under the purple 35W bridge in this playfully zoomed image.
To commemorate the first anniversary of Prince's passing, many Minneapolis landmarks were lit in purple, including U.S. Bank Stadium, the IDS Center, and Target headquarters.
Layers of colored clouds surround the Cathedral of Saint Paul at sunset on a Spring evening in St. Paul, Minnesota.
View From Below
A view of the ever-changing St. Paul skyline from Raspberry Island, under the Wabasha Bridge.
The colors of the Aurora Borealis dance across the sky above Boulder Lake near Duluth, Minnesota.
Green Glow in the Northern Sky
The horizon glows green and yellow as the Aurora Borealis begins its display over Boulder Lake near Duluth, Minnesota.
The Minneapolis riverfront and Stone Arch Bridge come to life under a magenta and purple sky in late February.
At the end of the Winter Carnival the Vulcans overthrow King Boreas, ending the reign of winter over the city. To commemorate their victory, the 1st National Bank sign is returned to its usual red color.
The Blue One - From the High Bridge
During the 2017 St. Paul Winter Carnival celebration the 1st National Bank sign above the St. Paul skyline is lit blue in honor of the reign of King Boreas.
The Big Blue One
The 1st National Bank sign is lit blue during the St. Paul Winter Carnival.
King Boreas is on His Throne
During the St. Paul Winter Carnival, King Boreas reigns supreme and the iconic 1st National Bank sign is lit blue in his honor. However, the Vulcans will soon overthrow the King and the giant 1 will be red once again.
Crashed Ice 2017
The St. Paul skyline is backed by the searchlights for the 2017 Red Bull Crashed Ice finale at the Cathedral of Saint Paul.
Bold North Under the Bridge
To kickoff the countdown to Superbowl LII the 35W bridge is lit in "Northern Lights" colors.
An opening in the winter ice provides a reflection of the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory at Como Park in St. Paul, Minnesota.
U.S. Bank Stadium sporting the Minnesota Vikings team colors with the night Minneapolis skyline as a backdrop.
To celebrate the countdown to Superbowl LII, the Lowry Bridge was lit in "Northern Lights" colors.
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