Enjoying the bright city lights.
Got you in my Sights
Ready. Aim. Fire!
Everyday is the Same
The Marjorie McNeely Conservatory was first opened to the public in November 1915. This facility is open to the public every day of the year. No matter how cold the temperatures are outside it's always balmy and tropical inside.
A Tower of Glass
The REI building in Bloomington.
Nature’s Inner Light
Created in 1986, this 18-foot-tall sculpture by Russell Erickson is located in the parking lot of the Springbrook Apartments in Fridley. Like most of his work, its current state is a bare star burst structure made from rusty metal rods.
Steel and Ingenuity
Duluth's Aerial Lift Bridge was originally constructed in 1905 and was the United States' first transporter bridge. In 1929 the span was converted into an vertical lift bridge and continues to operate today.
I recommend looking both ways before crossing this busy road. This was from the North end of the bridge on South Lake Avenue.
A strange stone head in the heart of Uptown.
Russell Erickson created this sculpture in 1987. It’s located in the Southtech Plaza in Bloomington. One thing I love about Erickson's sculptures is that he created them so you could walk into them, leaving the ability to admire from inside and out.
The Moon and Bridge
Taking a peek at the Moon through the Hastings High Bridge.
The Eye of the Sculptor
I had the opportunity to step into the eye of the storm! Life's a Dream byRussell Erickson.