I walk the Minneapolis skyways a lot, and had this concept in my head for a while: city street lights, wildly unfocused, through raindrops on glass.Continue reading “Downtown In The Rain”
I like to do photos downtown, in the public spaces of big buildings, looking out at the glass and steel towers and the skylights way above. And I know it’s only a matter of time before I’m accosted by a security guard who will inform me of The Policy Against Photography.Continue reading “Dodging Security Guards”
Sometimes I walk the Minneapolis skyways, especially in the winter. I don’t see any interesting wildlife, but it’s an upbeat experience.Continue reading “Walking the Skyways”
This shiny view of downtown Minneapolis can be had from a spot near the windows in the coffee shop on the 5th floor of the Guthrie Theater, on First Avenue by the river. It’s a place where you can kick back, gaze out of some big glass and feel like you’re a part of the city, but a bit detached.
The current Guthrie was completed in 2006 and is hands down the coolest building in town.