The autumn colors of the Minnesota River Valley are reflected in an abandoned Dodge truck.
A vintage 1944 American Locomotive Company 4-8-4 identified as the Milwaukee Road 261 rolls into Cologne, Minnesota on another excursion by The Friends of the 261. The town buzzes with excitement as the clanging of the bell, the slow chug-chug of the engine and the screaming steam whistle calls everyone downtown as the 261 stops for a photo opportunity. http://www.261.com
I never realized New Ulm was so photogenic!
That lighting really makes for some beautiful colors!
Very nice! It looks like I'll need to take a trip to New Ulm next time I'm in North Mankato with my equipment!
It is a good idea to photograph the same tree in winter and in summer. Thank you!
Best wishes, from Hungary!
The full moon gives an additional haunting feel to the cemetery at St. Benard's in Cologne, Minnesota.
One of many vintage buildings in the downtown area of Cologne, Minnesota. It's currently occupied by Control Stuff. One of my favorite details is the vintage sign that's still readable on the north side of the building, "Cologne Produce and Hatchery (Doughboy) Feeds".
You know when someone makes comment of the lake turning green as the storm approached?