Category Archives: Holga

Shrug

On my way to the photo lab all the way up in New Hope, Minnesota, I pass by Redeemer Lutheran Church.  On the west side of their building they have a sculpture of Jesus with his arms outstretched.  I know … Continue reading

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More from Franconia

Sculpture at Franconia Sculpture Park Holga 120N – Fuji Pro160C Shootout at Franconia Sculpture Park Argus V-100 – Fall 2009

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Flags

More from the Franconia Sculpture Park: Flags, 2010 Holga 120N – Fuji PRO160C

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Bleachers

Bleachers in St. Croix Falls Holga 120N – Fuji PRO160C

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ING Building

Designed in 1964 by Minoru Yamasaki, the ING Building (originally called the Reliastar Building) certainly stands out in downtown Minneapolis.  Yamasaki is famous for his design of the World Trade Center towers, but his list of buildings is quite impressive.  … Continue reading

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Zoological

After all the time spent at the Como Zoo in St. Paul, I could find a single photogenic animal to photograph. Either they were all indoors to escape the heat or they stood far, far away. I found this 1936 … Continue reading

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St. Charles Borromeo

Tucked away on a residential street in St. Anthony, Minnesota is the stunning Church of St. Charles Borromeo.  I really love these small, suburban churches.  Usually small and understated, neighborhood churches often seem to have superior design, in my opinion, … Continue reading

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In the Bath

Holga 120N with Kodak TMax 100 film & external flash

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More Street Art

I really don’t know what happened with the shutter on the second shot, but the result is pretty interesting…

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Montréal Graffiti 2

Street mural & graffiti off the Rue St-Laurent, Montréal, Canada. In an alley somewhere in le Village, Montréal.

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