Tom Post Two

Caught One: photograph of a sculpture of a blue heron catching a fish.
Caught One

Site under construction. (Learner posting.)

This is a second post, this time following what the book says.

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Formal view of the St. Lawrence town hall.
St. Lawrence – Approaching

This is what it looks like to walk up to the front door of the St. Lawrence township hall on a late spring day.

Corner view of the St. Lawrence town hall from the south.
St. Lawrence – Corner View

If you walk up to the town hall and go around to the right, this is what you’ll find.

Looking down the road alongside the St. Lawrence town hall.
St. Lawrence – Down the Road

The St. Lawrence town hall is at the top of the Minnesota River valley. Here’s a view of the town hall and the county road leading into the valley. Watch out for the Jolly Green Giant.

By Tom Miller

I am a life-long resident of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, in the United States. I've practiced pinhole photography almost exclusively since 1996. I've exhibited internationally, taught many workshops and classes for all levels of students and has organized several exhibitions of pinhole work. I co-founded, with Bill Erickson, the League of Upper Midwest Pinholers (LUMP) in 2001; the group is still pinholing. Since 2002, I've been a member of the Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day coordinating team. Join in! Always the last Sunday in April.

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