28 comments on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge – Street Art In Duluth

  1. Hi, Sue. I’m glad you included the “other” pictures. They gave context so we saw the “bigger picture” of where the art was located. I had no idea that Duluth was the farthest inland port in the USA! Very interesting post, Sue!

  2. Sue, your post is not only artistic but informative. None of us know our geography, I guess. As a social science teachers’ advocate, we have all provided living proof that we need to learn more about the geography of our country at least, not to mention the world! 🙂 Super post for PPAC.

    • Thank you so much, Marsha. I have to admit that I’m woefully ignorant of the geography of the US even after all these years, but actually visiting a location certainly helps to understand and appreciate the various aspects of the place. I wish I’d traveled more when I was younger.

  3. Interesting and informative too, Sue. I am not good at geography either, especially not in the US. I think Europe and Asia is ok, but it also depends on where my travels have gone to. I had to look up Duluth – always good to learn new things!

  4. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything of Duluth (except a Duluth Trader catalog). From your photos it looks like a beautiful place. Nice that they have the chairs so people can enjoy the view.

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  8. I traveled to Duluth many years ago. It was for my job and in the dead of winter no less. I was fascinated by the topography. Coming from essentially the flat land of Illinois it was most interesting. Nice shots.

    • Thank you! We found Duluth to be an interesting place to visit for much the same reason although we were lucky enough to have good weather for our trip and were able to get out and about.

    • Thank you for stopping by, Julie. It’s always nice to be able to prove a point and you did just that. It was my hope that we would see one of those big ships during our stay in Duluth and on the last afternoon we got to watch one leaving, an event that will appear in a future post.

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