2013: Week #27 Photography

Another beautiful week for photography.  This weeks shots are mostly urban in subject with a couple of country ones towards the end.  This alley way is on Wall St in between E 6th and E 5th Streets in downtown St. Paul; across the street from School of Rock.  Cyndie and I spied this inviting narrow passage on our way to the St. Paul Farmer’s Market.  It was worth the 15 minute walk through.

right through there
right through there

I’ve noticed that I continue to take shots of this particular tunnel coming out of downtown St. Paul the leads to a on ramp to I94.  I have numerous shots of it; not sure why.  It must be the way the light fades in one side and out the other – or the way the light beams out from the lights on the wall.  I don’t have any shots of another particular item this week and that is only because the farmers have just turned them on today as we haven’t had much rain.  The irrigation sprinklers draw me right it.  I can’t explain it.  Looking back in last years photos I noticed that I have an awful lot of shot of those sprinkler…so you have that to look forward to 🙂

Happy Friday all – have a great weekend!

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4 Replies to “2013: Week #27 Photography”

  1. So…most people would not think to enter an alley and photograph it. That is what I so appreciate about your images. You show us life and settings from an artistic and creative perspective, featuring the places/people often overlooked. Excellent work, as always.

    1. Thank you Audrey. You can run across some amazing light around just about any corner. Alleys are spectacular for interesting light – as was this grand abandoned 4-story warehouse we spied in Two Harbors, MN the other day. Even though it was foggy, the ambient light settling in through where windowpanes once were, the light was grand.

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