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Wednesday May 8, 2013

Minneapolis, MN (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: A friend took me to Minneapolis. But I was given only 10 minutes to take pictures before having to go back. "As a result of being rushed, the photos really didn't turn out well on this trip. I'll have to try again another day."

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5. Fieldofflowers
9:59 PM GMT on May 09, 2013
I need to visit Minneapolis more. I want to get there around sunrise, but for me that would mean having to start my trip at 4:00 am to get there around sunrise. The busses that go from downtown St. Paul, to Minneapolis take a very long time and pick up/ drop off a lot of people.

Speaking about water. When the bus 50 was taking it's "year long" route around the campus, I saw how high the river has gotten. It's only a few feet away from flooding the banks.
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4. Cowgazer
9:43 PM GMT on May 09, 2013
Watched a program last night about Minneapolis, what a very lovely city it is and all that water too.
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3. ChrisAnthemum
4:28 PM GMT on May 09, 2013
They don't call it the "Mill City" for nothing. I remember how many big grain-processing plants were scattered around the city. Used to live near Peavy and also Ralston-Purina. When the wind was right, the neighborhood smelled like cereal. Nice series, Mary!
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2. Fieldofflowers
4:24 PM GMT on May 09, 2013
Yeah. It makes me wonder. There's quite a bit of ruins in this area. But if you look at the area, you see it appears they built something modern inside the ruined building.
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1. Susie77
4:21 PM GMT on May 09, 2013
What happened to that building, did it blow up? Nice series, I especially like the storm cloud one but I couldn't leave comments there. Very eerie, dark, and post-apocalyptic feel to it.... excellent!
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Every day that I come here, I'm amazed by the awesome photos I see. I love to take photos of whatever catches my eye. Usually my photos have something to do with nature. Insects and flowers have always been a big interest. You can also find me on Flickr. Summer '09 goal: Aiming to take pictures daily, and upload some of my favorites. I hope people enjoy them as much as I do. Most of the time, the fun comes from taking the pictures, more than the actual results. Create your own visitor map! Counter started: 6-21-09

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