Monthly Archives: February 2013

Posted on The Atlantic, these are some stunning images. My favorites are the racing dog and this surreal picture of Dubai. Click HERE for the full list.

Johannes Heuckeroth, Germany, 2013 Sony World Photography Awards

Johannes Heuckeroth, Germany, 2013 Sony World Photography Awards



Between Dinkytown, Stadium Village, Marcy-Holmes, and the East and West Banks, it’s hard to count how many projects are underway – major University of Minnesota facilities, commercial and a lot of residential construction.

I hope to fill this page out more, but here are some photos of the new Cancer and Cardiovascular Research Building that’s just finishing up near TCF Bank Stadium.

Here’s a U of M video on the project, followed by some pictures.

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As part of a work trip for Powersports Business, I rode with a bunch of my ATV industry friends from other mags and Yamaha. California’s Imperial Sand Dunes is one of the most amazing places in the country, right at the borders of Arizona, California and Mexico. These are a few of my shots (from this year and previous years), as well as some of me riding by Adam Campbell Photography.

There’s hardly a single picture of St. Paul up here, so I felt one should be added. I took this while exploring Raspberry Island on the Mississippi River looking at downtown from the south side. Click on an image for the full effect.

Construction is progressing fairly quickly on St. Paul’s upcoming Penfield multi-use development¬†by BKV Group¬†that will include a Lund’s grocery store and apartments. Its design pretty bland, but should enliven a very sleepy part of town and do some good work toward connecting the capitol area with the northeastern end of downtown.

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Here’s BKV’s rendering:

Penfield rendering

The Penfield

The Station on Washington is another big ole’ apartment building underway along Washington Avenue-Central Corridor light rail within the University of Minnesota’s Stadium Village neighborhood. Designed by Opus, this will contain 97 apartment units and is slated to be completed in August of 2014.

While I was in the neighborhood, I took a few pictures of Moos Tower and Phillips-Wangensteen Building. I loved exploring these two behemoths when I was a student at the University.

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The Station on Washington construction update – Dec. 27, 2012