Wisconsin’s new endangered species license plate features art from a Minnesota photographer. State natural resources and transportation officials unveiled the license plate Wednesday which shows a photo of a bald eagle swooping down on the Mississippi River.
The lost photographer who went missing Saturday night north of Ely, Minn., was found at 3 a.m. on Sunday by authorities. The St. Louis County Sheriff’s Department said the country rescue squad located John Ratzloff, 66, in the early morning hours on Sunday after he was able to start a fire to keep warm.
The Wright County Sheriff’s Office says a suspicious man who was taking pictures in Albertville wasn’t taking pictures of children, but was a real estate person photographing a foreclosed home. At about 12:40 p.m. last Friday, two juvenile females recently reported a man taking photos of them in Albertville.
Incoming senior, Emma Rodelius, was going to be the yearbook’s editor-in-chief. But the photograph that so suddenly shocked the community is of a three-vehicle crash just southwest of town.
Five new powerful and profound museum events coming to Minnesota in early 2013 are alive with energy and broad appeal.
In life’s many changes, sometimes, there’s comfort in the things that stay the same.
A Minnesota native makes his living capturing music’s greatest legends, everyone from Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney to Eddie Van Halen and Keith Richards. In the photography world, Rob Shanahan has become something of an icon himself.
Most of us have been encouraged to “stop and smell the roses,” but a local photographer is encouraging everyone to “stop, and smell the sunflowers.” He’s decided to use a grassy hill on the side of Highway 62 as his canvas.
One of four artists recently selected to receive the 2011 McKnight Artist Fellowships for Photographers, Minneapolis-based photographer Beth Dow uses historical references and traditional processes to address contemporary issues of land use and our experience of time.