The Lowertown district of St. Paul and the Minnesota Capitol building under a colorful post-sunset sky -- with the Minneapolis skyline as a backdrop.
Twin Cities After Hours
Nearly an hour after the sun has set the sky above the Twin Cities is still filled with color.
A conveniently located puddle provides a street level mirror for the Minnesota State Capitol building in St. Paul.
Under the Rotunda
Fisheye lens view of the Minnesota State Capitol rotunda in St. Paul.
A winter sunset paints the sky above the Minnesota State Capitol and the Cathedral of Saint Paul.
Wide Angle Reflections
The ever-changing St. Paul skyline is reflected in the late November waters of the mighty Mississippi as seen from under the Wabasha Street Bridge on Raspberry Island.
The Green One
The 1st National Bank sign in downtown St. Paul lit up green to celebrate the Minnesota Wild.
An Inviting View
The English Garden in front of the Saint Paul Hotel offers a stunning view of the jewel of Rice Park - the Historic Landmark Center.
Watching the One
An empty park bench watches as the sky turns red and the river turns orange beneath the ever-present 1st National Bank sign in downtown St. Paul.
Crescent to the Capitol
The crescent moon sets over this panoramic view of the St. Paul skyline - with the Minneapolis skyline in the distance.
Minnesota celebrates the grand re-opening of the refurbished state capitol building with a fireworks display.
Golden Dome Reflected
The setting sun casts a golden glow upon the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory at Como Park in St. Paul, Minnesota.
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.
Mimicking an impressionist painting, this composite of more than 100 images taken during a 45 minute period at the end of the day shows the power of moving clouds and changing colors as the sun sets and the city lights come to life.
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.
Layers of colored clouds surround the Cathedral of Saint Paul at sunset on a Spring evening in St. Paul, Minnesota.
A "time stacked" composite image of the moving clouds and changing colors as the sun sets over the St. Paul skyline.
View From Below
A view of the ever-changing St. Paul skyline from Raspberry Island, under the Wabasha Bridge.
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.