There are camps through out the city. I see them along the bike paths and hidden in wooded areas along the river. When the water is low there are tents pitched on cement walk ways. I see them on steep hills and I see the items left behind when they break camp. Even if the campers wanted to tidy up there usually isn’t aren’t any trash cans near the camps.
This doesn’t seem OK to me. Everyone should have a place to call home that isn’t made of cloth and that doesn’t have plumbing or electricity.
Found guilty of removing the stopper in the sink and digging food out of the garbage disposal and leaving the stopper on the kitchen floor.
Spider wart is found in nature and is usually a blueish purple.
Delphinium as found in nature is blue.
These beautiful flowers can be found in abundance in Mears Park, in Lowertown, downtown St. Paul.
It has been awhile since I have photographed ‘urban hardware” on a regular basis. It is all around us and oh so photogenic.
Barges on the Mississippi
looking west with downtown St. Paul in the background. It did rain a little but only a little.