Midwest Cargo Cult
What if flowers could fly and migrate like birds?

What if flowers could fly and migrate like birds?

Finally, this is my contribution to upscale real estate photography. The little fellow has scored a new cave in “Move In Condition”.

Finally, this is my contribution to upscale real estate photography. The little fellow has scored a new cave in “Move In Condition”.

Just a general slumgullion of stuff around the SE/Prospect Park neighborhood that didn’t fall into other categories. Whoa, that was a big tree (a year ago)!

This is a real life graph of potential happiness charted against diminished expectations. Enjoy!

This is a real life graph of potential happiness charted against diminished expectations. Enjoy!

Downtown Minneapolis shot from the aforementioned Lowry Bridge. HDR. In the full size you can see all the little docks and houseboats in the shadows of the east bank.

Downtown Minneapolis shot from the aforementioned Lowry Bridge. HDR. In the full size you can see all the little docks and houseboats in the shadows of the east bank.

Night takes of the Lowry Bridge; one HDR, one straight up. Notice that the trees are bringing their young over to view the relatively new phenom.

The Sunrise Factory.

The Sunrise Factory.

This is where the mudslide in Minneapolis was. Now it’s all wrapped up in plastic and I have dubbed it “The Anti-Christo”.Sorry.

This is where the mudslide in Minneapolis was. Now it’s all wrapped up in plastic and I have dubbed it “The Anti-Christo”.

Sorry.

And our takeaway this evening is: Dark Flowers. Thank you and good night.

More science from the old Minneapolis Port Authority Park. Gadzooks, I could live here.

This is the blisterdome. It’s where we make and manufacture blisters. It’s right next to the crayon factory but Mr. Rogers won’t take you on a tour here. Never, never, never.

This is the blisterdome. It’s where we make and manufacture blisters. It’s right next to the crayon factory but Mr. Rogers won’t take you on a tour here. Never, never, never.

Closed for lunch. Open again later.

Closed for lunch. Open again later.

Doors, windows, light; mumble, mumble, mumble. What unspoken worlds exist blah, blah, blah.

For some reason I set great store by windows, doors and multiple reflections with conflicting light sources. First 3 at the architectural salvage joint by the NK bldg. Last is a generic office bldg. by my generic print shop; but the light is always unique.

A small tribute to the people I knew who have checked out this year.