Last time in this Minneapolis series, we strolled through Northeast Minneapolis, stopping for a sausage at a great Polish deli, had a fabulous lunch at Masa downtown then made our way through Loring Park, stopping to ogle at the dandelion fountain and the birds.
Right across the Friendship Bridge from Loring Park is the Sculpture Garden, part of the Walker Art Museum complex.
The Friendship Bridge over Interstate 94.
Someone declaring their heartfelt attraction toward the bridge.
View of the Sculpture Garden from the bridge.
If you missed my blog on the Walker Art Museum last year, then you don’t know how hard I fell for it. It’s an amazing museum with intriguing and moving exhibits, and you MUST visit it. When I did last year, it was nighttime, so touring the Sculpture Garden too wasn’t ideal. Thus I made sure to make it a priority this time, especially with all the recommendations for it I got from friends and Twitter tweeps.
They weren’t wrong. The Sculpture Garden is a playground for photographers, and now we’ll walk through some of my favorite shots. We will enter from the southern end and walk mostly in a clockwise direction. Less commentary, more pretty!
Goddess With the Golden Thighs
Two-Way Mirror Punched Steel Hedge Labyrinth
Can you find me in that last picture? Find the photographer is always a fun game!
Vining plants inside Cowles Conservatory.
This one was especially odd.
Standing Glass Fish
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