The Minnesota Project | February – Minneapolis

February I ventured out with some photography friends downtown Minneapolis. Although I have done many meet ups and photographed this area many times, it’s still fun! I try to challenge myself to photograph different subjects or at least new perspectives. I love exploring this area though, it just never gets old. I also find it inspiring and neat to walk about with other photographer friends as even though we are all taking pictures in the same area we tend to photograph different things. Whether we capture it differently or something different catches our eyes, it’s fun to compare in the end.

I love how much character and history is in this area, and it is usually a busy area as well. The day we went, it was so nice out I ended up putting my jacket back in the car… it was crazy to think I could do this in the month of February!

I was able to play around with my new lens I got for my vacation. Over all it was a nice walk around lens, but it does lack the quality I’m use to. I love the range though it is a Tamron 28-300 mm, so I was able to get wide angle shots as well as close up shots with my zoom. I later switched to my wide angle lens Canon 16-35 mm. Once I get around to editing my vacation pictures I’ll be sure to share that on the blog too. I hope you enjoy my walk around Minneapolis, be sure to circle through all of the other Minnesota adventures, next up on the blog circle is Jo Davis. Any suggestions on where I should explore next? What would you like to see pictures of?


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