I took this picture a few years ago and found it when I was looking for photographs of the Wabasha street bridge. I have a better camera now and better software for photo processing and even a better monitor than I had back then but I would have to work hard to get a better result but I am going to try.
I like to stop along the bike train and enjoy the view of St. Paul.
loaded wit people taking pictures as it heads past the old power plant as it heads West from St. Paul. The Mississippi River general runs North and South except for the places it runs East and West.
No nearly as old and famous as the stone arch bridge, the nearby 3rd avenue bridge which spans the Mississippi near St. Anthony Falls in Minneapolis. I have photographed this many times before but not from this angle.
Just a 14 mile bike ride to St. Anthony falls in Minneapolis. There the remains of the flour mills that used to bring jobs to Minneapolis and flour to the world.
Another photo from the gorgeous sunrise on thanksgiving. I zoomed out a bit. The water is so low because of the drought. It was such a beautiful morning. This was taken from the Smith avenue high bridge looking toward downtown.