Photos from a recent Camera Work photopage at the PB. This little garden in Red Wing’s Colvill Park was a lovely, peaceful place to visit. I had no luck with humming birds or butterflies, but still enjoyed the colorful flowers. University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardener Nancy Braschler, left, talks with Marilyn Mahoney, center, and […]
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Okay, so I have not been too good at keeping up with ‘week-in-review’ so it looks like I’m going to attempt a month-in-review instead. Or maybe I’ll just post from time to time when I feel compelled. That might be my best bet. High school boys baseball season wrapped up with state tournament play in […]
Photos from an interesting, but quick, assignment to photograph Minneapolis muralist Kyle Holdridge, of Mural Montage. Holdridge spent a week painting a Red Wing logo on a downtown silo owned by Ag Partners in Red Wing. The mural project is sponsored by the Red Wing in Bloom Foundation.
This is coming a little late and includes Memorial Day coverage, so it might not technically fit into a week-in-review. I had to work all weekend and on Monday. This included covering the Med City Marathon, which went on despite some record high temperatures. I was sweating just watching the runners. Enjoyed covering the […]
A typical week – mix of spring sports and feature stories. Had a chance to get some nature pics while working on a story on Red Wing’s Discovery Garden in Colvill Park. Had no luck with people actually using the garden, but I have time to revisit. It’s a great garden – nice to spend […]
Last week I photographed a soldier funeral for the first time. I couldn’t help but feel the contrast between this tragic event and the soldier homecoming I photographed the week before. It was very kind of Sgt. Dickhut’s family to allow us to cover the funeral and remind the community of the immense sacrifice that […]
I spent my Monday photographing Easter eggs at my house for an upcoming story that will be running in the PB’s new quarterly magazine The Simple Life. Of course with a story that prints quite a bit in advance, you often find yourself doing things a bit out of season – like coloring Easter eggs […]