Last week, I started a new post theme for Fridays. It's photography, if you haven't figured that out. :) Photographs are just a different form of language, really. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words, right?
I'm showcasing a set of photos that, like last week, were captured in Minneapolis on Wednesday, April 8, 2009. They were taken at Mill Ruins Park, Philip W. Pillsbury Park, Father Hennepin Bluffs Park, and the historic Stone Arch Bridge between them. The two pictures I'm highlighting here are perspective shots of the Minneapolis skyline. They were taken from the bridge.
Isn't Minneapolis beautiful when it isn't covered in a layer of ice? Yeah, you're right, I guess it's beautiful then, too, but I'm ready for it to be summer. You can see the rest of the pictures taken of Mill Ruins Park and Pillsbury Park, including a set of alphabet blocks with which only giants could play.
The photography theme runs thick on Fridays. You can see Pillsbury Park and the historic Pillsbury "A" Mill over at Barker & Hedges. Additionally, My Green Side has a Friday photography theme, too.