Towers to the West
The Carlson Towers and their surrounding beauty.
Looking down but climbing up.
The Northwestern National Life building has changed ownership several times since it's opening in 1965, but the original architecture and design lives on today for Minnesotans to enjoy. The 85 foot portico features 63 slender quartz-faced concrete columns and a reflecting pool, and architecture critic Larry Millett once called it, "a temple to the gods of underwriting, built by the gods of underwriting and mixing luxury and high camp in way that, say, Liberace would have appreciated. What a wonderful place to relax and enjoy one of Minnesota's finest architectural achievements.
I'm a spider, and my arms are doing many things.
Walking towards the light.
The Hennepin County Government Center.
Adventures through the Skyway.
The Winding Path
Weaving my way through St. Paul.
Peering into infinity.