The sunset effect on the opposite side of the bridge was pretty spectacular for a few moments on this evening.
Canon xTi, 5 frame x 3 exposure HDR pano
HDR in Photomatix and pano process in Hugin.
The water level in the river is rising as the snow melt from upriver pushes down the valley. Might have some high water this year, as we still have a month of melt and some record high level snow falls. It depends on how slowly the melt occurs, and how much the wetlands and fields can absorb before sending it down into the river.
- Jeff Beddow StudioProprietor, 2012 - presentI pursue landscape photography and data visualization with equal interest and passion.
- Hennepin CountyPublic Affairs Officer, 1980 - 2012I spent 32 years in service to the citizens of Hennepin County in various roles with the public information office
- ExperienceOwner Operator, 1956 - 1980Started with a paper route at age 8 and was continuously employed in one form or another until retirement at age 64. Jobs included newspaper reporter, photographer, carpet layer, construction contractor, carpenter, sound designer, art curator, furniture mover, programmer, political consultant, research assistant, lab manager, upholsterer, caretaker, bartender, bouncer, tour guide, Dairy Queen clown, short-order cook, railroad brakeman, janitor, truck-farm hand, portrait artist, graphic designer, art director, public information officer, survey crew member, crisis call line volunteer, camp counselor, canoeing instructor, life guard, playground director, and paid poet.
- University of MinnesotaUrban Studies and Fine Art, 1965 - 1971
- Brown InstituteCertificate in Programming, 1980 - 1982
- Hunter collegeDrawing, 1972 - 1972
- Minneapolis College of Art and DesignPainting, 1971 - 1971
Retired farmer among Minnesota River's many helpers
Retired farmer John Hogan certainly has done his part in the conservation field with his 1.5 miles of riverfront along the 335-mile Minnesot
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