People, places and things I've encountered while wandering around The Zenith City
A house in the process of being demolished during the razing of 1st street & 11th ave to make room for a massive Walgreens.
I parked my car at a graveyard. A shambling horde of zombie geese came squaking after me.
Some teenagers jumping into Lake Superior. Taken moments before the cops arrived.
A woman took a photo of a the HMS Bounty, then she went to chimp her photo of a a tall ship. I took a photo of her looking at her own photo of a tall ship. Now you are looking at a photo of a woman looking at a photo of a tall ship. […]
It was an tense moment that ended in tragedy when Lord king of the seas and longboat extraordinaire Leif Erickson crossed paths with a Mr. Jack Cunningham one cloudy day in May. "What sort of witch's fabric do you have wrapped on your feet which permits the water to bead off like the feathers of […]
One of the stranger places I've come across someone playing guitar out in the street.
One day while I was walking down the street, there was a tear in the fabric of time, and 1991 came flowing out of it. I took this picture.
C'mon kid. Between the fact that you are wearing sneakers and sporting shorts, and that I just saw you separate from your mom as she went into Erbert's and Gerberts, I don't believe you need hand outs. Additional information about this image can be found in the post Aftermath: Reactions By Strangers After Being Photographed.
For generations past, the pineapple was a symbol of hospitality. Here we see it blended with the modern symbol of hospitality, a full tray of free craft beer.
Additional information about this image can be found in the post Aftermath: Reactions By Strangers After Being Photographed.
I'm fairly certain there was a cleaner route into this parking lot that didn't include climbing a large hunk of dirty ice, but, they didn't find it. Hand held 4x5 with a Speed Graphic. Aimed & fired the shutter once. Nothing happened. I choked back a curse and quickly cocked the shutter and aimed again. […]