Pelicans on Lake Osakis, Minnesota

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Here are a few of my favorite images I took in June as I explore my own backyard this summer. More updates on these adventures coming soon.

F Scott Fitzgerald Walking Tour Boarding House St Paul Minnesota
Historical homes featured during walking tours | Summit Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota

St. Paul Cathedral | St. Paul, Minnesota

Editorial tip: My Moment wide-angle lens for my iPhone came was so handy during these walking tours so I could capture small spaces and huge mansions in one frame.

Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota; West Bank Walking Tour | Minneapolis, Minnesota

Sometimes I’m exploring my front yard. | Lakeville, Minnesota

Minnesota’s Largest Candy Store | Jordan, Minnesota

Minnesota Twins Gear at
Sebastian Joe’s Ice Cream | Minneapolis, Minnesota

F Scott Fitzgerald House Walking Tour
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s birthplace – Minnesota Historical Society Walking Tour | Minneapolis, Minnesota

Mill City Museum Riverfront Walking Tour
Mill City Museum | Minneapolis, Minnesota

Stone Arch Bridge Walking Tour
Stone Arch Bridge | Minneapolis, Minnesota

I35W Bridge Memorial Walking Tour
I-35W Bridge Remembrance Garden | Minneapolis, Minnesota

Big Viking Statue Alexandria Minnesota
Big Ole is 28 feet tall and weighs four tons. | Alexandria, Minnesota

WA Frost Patio St Paul Minnesota
W.A. Frost & Company was the first patio approved for dining in St. Paul, Minnesota.

James J Hill House Staircase St Paul Minnesota
Staircase in the beautiful and historic James J. Hill House (aka mansion) | St. Paul, Minnesota


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