It's crazy to think that such detail went into the sidewalk at a street corner.
Now the question was to shoot high, or low. I did both and I still can't decide which I like. I guess it's okay to like both.
Walking by this track, it was a must to capture with these red lights punching through the nights darkness.
St. Paul. A nice view from the river.
The winter evening sets in as the days warmth blows away faster than the setting sun.
I just couldn't help but keep all the lights. So much shine to it all!
An inviting Inn on the water. The Covington Inn - Bed & Breakfast
The heavey machines of the busy city at work on the other side of the river, while I sit in silence and watch the wind blow on this side of the river.
Look at all those benches ready for a sit.
Just a fun shop to stroll by. Very colorful and flavorful.
Now that's detail. Build in the 20's, the Hamm's building was built after purchasing the land from the St. Paul Cathedral.
This building just felt old and stylish. It might have had something to do with its owners.
Anyone spot the owl?
St. Paul Public Library. Just a fun push of perspective and color.
Our mini gate way to NY city. A grand building indeed, but it's interesting to see how simplified the outside architecture is here compared to buildings surrounding it. But, if you compare it to the Grand Central Terminal in NYC, you'll then see why there is the lack of intricate detail on the outside. As the same architect that co designed Grand Central Terminal designed The Saint Paul hotel. Commissioned by Ordway.
So, whatcha lookin at at? Detail on the capital part of a pillar, front of the Landmark Building.
Once in the path of a wrecking ball, it was saved and restored in the early 70's. If you ever find yourself in the post office in Washington, DC or Milwaukee, WI you'll feel right at home as they share nearly the same blue prints as our St. Paul Landmark Center which once was the federal post office. Architect Willoughby J. Edbrooke
Just a fun convergence of corners.
A great example of American Art Deco style from the 20's and 30's. They sure went all out on this sculpture that sits above their door. Heat, Light, and Power are depicted in the three panels.
Marjorie McNeely Conservatory at Como Park. What an amazing building to drive up to in the middle of the night. All that glass illuminated so softly.
Lowry Ave Bridge on 4th of July, 2019 along with Betty Danger's Country Club and it's farris wheel in the background.
The Pillsbury endures another flurry.
Stone Arch In Silence
Colorful Reflections - A nice warm winters night, spilling the colors of the city in the waters reflection.
A reflective night -
Aster Cafe - Reminds me of Cheers. So inviting.
Oh Symmetry, how I love the so - But really, why couldn't they have that one light on.