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Old Posted Jul 28, 2015, 4:18 PM
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5000 km Later

Did a bit of travel earlier this month; drove across Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, into Ontario a bit, through Minnesota, North Dakota, and back via Winnipeg. Took a lot of photos, and still working through a lot of them.

Figured a new thread made sense since I will have more to post later, and that this section of the forum made the most sense to post them in since they're not all urban. They may not be in chronological order, either.

Hope you enjoy them!

Lake-of-the-Woods, Ontario:


Sunset on Lake of the Woods by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


American Goldfinch by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Ruby-Throated Hummingbird by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Old School by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Old School Blue by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr

Walker Art Center, Minneapolis:


The Look by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Staring into the Infinite by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr

Other Minneapolis:


Arches in Minnapolis by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Gold Medal Flour by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Cycling Minneapolis by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Eat Colors Found in Nature by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr

Winnipeg:


Voice of the Métis by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Suburb Sunset by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Dammit, Escher by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Winnipeg Skyline by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr

A large Mennonite family reunion in rural southern Manitoba:


A Busy Day by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr

More to come.
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Fantastic journey so far, keep em coming.
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Fascinating collection! Thanks.

Waiting for more shots from your long trip...

Contrats and greetings fron Madrid, Spain.
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More art from the Walker Art Center / Walker Sculpture Garden:


Scaffold by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Fortress by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr

Sea Life Aquarium, Mall of America:


Man to Ray by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Yellow Tang by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr

Masu Sushi & Robata restaurant, Mall of America:


Geisha Gaze by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr
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awesome stuff!
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Thanks for the compliments, everyone! Here's a few more:

My wife enjoying the ice cream at Sebastian Joe's, Minneapolis, MN:


Sebastian Joe's by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr

Exchange District, Winnipeg, MB:


Exchange of Ideas by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr

Family farm in rural Manitoba:


The Straw Bale by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Two Cows by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr
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Beautiful photos. Thanks Dave.
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Haven't come back to these photos lately, but here's one I did a while back that I haven't posted yet:


Tall Minnie by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr
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Some more that I've finally got around to editing, here's some more from Minneapolis:

Mill City Museum:


Every Day is Safety Day by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Test Baking by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Test Baking by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


LAB by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr

Just outside, this guy was being taken down for some reason:


Falling Star by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr

The Mighty Mississippi:


The Mighty Mississippi by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr

Art at the Walker Art Center:


Shadow Play by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Do Not Adjust Your Set by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


They're Here by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Grid by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Do Not Enter the Shrine by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Project by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Lines, Light, and Shadow by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Snowflakes by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr

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Old Posted Oct 19, 2015, 3:31 PM
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Walker Sculpture Garden, Minneapolis:


Strings and Things by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Nature | Nurture by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Garden Path by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Big Fish by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr
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Lowry Hill, Minneapolis:


Hennepin Ave. by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Lowry Hill by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Very Midwest by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Cold Brewed Coffee by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Housebarn by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Euclid by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Biking Hennepin by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr
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/\ even in bike-friendly Minneapolis it looks like people still ride on sidewalks. The infrastructure right there shows why though...
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^ Well don't take that one photo as evidence - Minneapolis is a pretty big city. This area is pretty awkward, as it is basically where two major streets meet/diverge, and interchange with two freeways. Just south of here, both streets (Hennepin and Lyndale) become much more urban and bike-friendly.

Downtown Minnie was also quite bike-friendly it seemed, and had a lot of cyclists out and about, as did Uptown, which is a bit south of Lowry Hill pictured above.
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^ Well don't take that one photo as evidence - Minneapolis is a pretty big city. This area is pretty awkward, as it is basically where two major streets meet/diverge, and interchange with two freeways. Just south of here, both streets (Hennepin and Lyndale) become much more urban and bike-friendly.

Downtown Minnie was also quite bike-friendly it seemed, and had a lot of cyclists out and about, as did Uptown, which is a bit south of Lowry Hill pictured above.
Oh I know. Just making a comment in jest. I like Minni. The sister-in-law and her husband use to live there and we visited a couple times.
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Sea Life Aquarium, Mall of America


Jellyfish by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Seahorses by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Caiman by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Frog Blue by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Don't Look a Gift Shark in the Mouth by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Poseidon Falls by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr
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Not my most inspired photography, but downtown Fargo seemed too nice not to at least get a few passing shots.

If you ever find yourself in Fargo, be sure to check out Rhombus Guys (pictured below). Craft beer and pizza.


Rhombus by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Gearhead by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Penguins by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Bank of the West by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Fargo by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Fargo by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Fargo by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


Fargo by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr


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Fargo by Dave Sutherland, on Flickr
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So in your expedition of the North Midwest did you happen to stop by Duluth?
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^ No, but it was considered. We decided our schedule was already pretty packed, though.
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