An Evening at Lake Nokomis
The Minneapolis skyline is reflected in the calm waters of Lake Nokomis on a warm Fall evening.
The 35W bridge lit up in green to raise awareness for Lyme Disease.
Reflecting the City
A calm Spring evening at Lake of the Isles in Minneapolis.
Blue, Green and Red
To raise awareness of Williams Syndrome, the Lowry Bridge is lit in blue, green and red.
Teal and Lime Under a Sorbet Sky
The green-lit (for Lyme Disease) 35W Bridge, mixed with the sorbet-toned twilight sky, turns the Mississippi river a pleasant shade of teal.
Williams Syndrome Awareness Month
The Lowry Bridge marks Williams Syndrome Awareness Month by turning blue, green and red.
The View from Thomas Beach
The Minneapolis skyline glows across Bde Maka Ska (Lake Calhoun) on a calm Spring evening.
Pretty in Pink
The Mississippi RIver reflects the Mothers Day lighting of the 35W bridge above.
Pink for Mothers Day
The Lowry Bridge honors Mom
First Sunset of the Spring - 2019
The setting sun paints the sky above Minneapolis on the first day of Spring.
The Best View in Town
This ultra-high resolution panorama depicts the post-sunset sky on the first day of Spring from Prospect Park (aka The Witch's Hat) in Minneapolis.
The Frozen Tundra - In Pink
The Mississippi River is covered in magenta-tinted snow in this view of the Minneapolis skyline framed by the Lowry Bridge.
Blue and Gold
The golden arches of the Stone Arch Bridge reflected in the icy water of the frozen Mississippi.
The lights of the Minneapolis skyline paint the frozen Mississippi river.
Happy New Year 2019
The festively lit Lowry Bridge mixes with the downtown skyline to create an abstract icy reflection on a frigid New Year's night.
When the River is a Mirror
Christmas Night on the Mississippi across from downtown Minneapolis.
Merry Christmas from Under the Bridge
Under the 35W bridge on Christmas Day in MInneapolis.
Merry Christmas in Minneapolis
The St. Anthony Falls (35W) bridge over the Mississippi River lit up to celebrate Christmas.
A Cherry with Fireworks on Top
The Holidazzle fireworks as seen from the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden.
The humid air and windless night create an eerie image of downtown Minneapolis and the Mississippi River.
Minneapolis icons light up the night, from Grain Belt Beer to Pillsbury Flour
Bridges and Signs
The unfrozen Mississippi River reflects the 3rd and Hennepin Avenue bridges and the Pillsbury Flour and Grain Belt Beer signs.
The Minny-Apple-ous skyline at dusk.
Winter on the River
The Mississippi River was not yet frozen on this winter day as the Christmas colors of the Grain Belt Beer sign and the Hennepin Avenue Bridge were reflected on its glassy surface.
Red Kettle Day
On December 14th, the Lowry Avenue bridge was lit red to celebrate the Salvation Army's Red Kettle Day.
The wind was completely absent on this "air advisory" day in downtown Minneapolis resulting in a nearly perfect mirror of the city skyline and Hennepin Avenue bridge.
The three tallest buildings in Minnesota - IDS, Wells Fargo, and Capella - as seen from the observation deck of the historic Foshay Tower - which was once the tallest in town.
The setting sun lights up the sky and water near the Gateway District in Minneapolis.
The Grain Belt Beer sign is lit red and green to celebrate Christmas in Minneapolis.
An Ambulance Runs Through It
The Minneapolis skyline is reflected by the Mississippi River as an ambulance races across the Broadway bridge.