While I have been neglecting this blog for quite some time it was not due to a lack of wanting to post, but more of multiple other things. First, and most obvious is the weather. While we have been lucky enough to enjoy one of the nicest winters I am sure this state has had, it is still cold and windy so being outside normally isn’t any less miserable. I have also been busy, well more busy than normal with work mainly and other activities that I am trying to focus my time on.
So, on to the pictures. I took these two days ago when I went to Lincoln Park with my friend Mitch. The trees had this beautiful frosty snow that was covering all of the branches and there had been a light to moderate fog that was hanging over Grand Forks making it look mysterious and beautiful. By the time we got to the park the sun had decided to start peaking through the clouds and things started melting. I am extremely satisfied with the outcome of the following images and I hope you all are too!
Yes, even small towns like Grand Forks ND are participating in this amazing movement, we have joined together in solidarity with cities around the world to have our voices be heard and fight back against corporate greed. We were only able to have one demonstration before daylight savings time when it started getting dark out early. Here are some of the pictures from the first demonstration.
**If you are in any of these pictures and do not want to be on my blog, please let me know and I will promptly remove it.
If you are interested in more information about the occupy grand forks movement, please visit our blog site: http://blog.occupygf.org/
Here you will find many other helpful links about the occupy movement! As always, thank you for taking a look.
I apologize for not posting in forever but I have just been very busy and preoccupied. So for now, here is a short post and hopefully I will stay a little bit more consistent even with the weather now getting terrible.
These pictures were all taken in Minnesota anywhere from where we got out of the car to down on the riverbank. I hope you all enjoy and please feel free to comment!
This last one of the moon was not taken in Minnesota. I took it outside of our apartment and was very pleased with the result, the moon is SO HARD to get a decent picture of if you don’t have really awesome equipment.
Thank you to everyone who took a look!
So, I have to admit that I kind of forgot that I had this blog, I have just been extremely preoccupied with a lot of other things. I finally have some free time and a chance to get some pictures posted! : D My friends and I have been taking advantage of the awesome weather that we have been lucky enough to have. We have gone for a few adventures around the border of Minnesota and North Dakota along The Red River. Here are just a few of the pictures I have taken, I haven’t really had a chance to go through all of them, but soon enough I will hopefully.
Thank you everyone for taking a look.
We have been really lucky the last couple of weeks here in Grand Forks, North Dakota. This Fall’s weather has been wonderful. Perfect weather for a light jacket or a sweater, and sunny all the time. I have had a lot of opportunities to be outside and take some pictures. Here are just a few from one of the first days I decided to talk a walk downtown.
Fall really is the best time of the year, I think it is so beautiful. All of the colors are great for photographing, I wish it could be fall all year! Well, thank you everyone for taking a look!
I already find myself missing summer, even though fall is by far my favorite season. As October nears it’s end and the weather becomes more and more chilly the impending doom of an icy winter starts to set in.
…So here is a picture of one of those warm summer evenings that we will all be anticipating come January, please, enjoy.
So, first I apologize for the lack of updating because to be honest it’s not like I haven’t had much time or anything like that I have just kind of lacked the motivation. It makes me very sad knowing that winter is approaching and my ability to photograph will be extremely limited due to the intense winters that North Dakota has to offer it’s residents. None of the pictures I am posting today are new, they are from a few months ago when I made my second and final trip up to San Haven. Today I just realized that I hadn’t posted any pictures from that second trip here in my blog, so I hope you all enjoy!
Also, if you would like more information about San Haven I gave a much better description about it on the first blog I posted. To make things easy for everyone, here is a link to that post:
…see, I am nice.
Thank you so much for looking everyone. Have a great Monday.