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moonrise
Pond View's pond
sunrise over Pond View Dr
Pond View sunrise
sunrise over Pond View Drive, Lonsdale
The moon rise as well as this and the following few pictures were taken from my sister's deck off Highway 19, Lonsdale, Rice County. Her street is appropriately named Pond View Drive. These are early morning sunrise shots.
pinecones closeup
Grandpa's barn
A shed called Grandpa's Hideaway in Jordan, Scott County.
flower in bloom

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lake with pier, Rice County

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Fox Lake, Rice County off Highway 46 between Lonsdale and Faribault
Fox Lake pier
Fox Lake
private residence with yard ornaments
Fox Lake, Rice County
Tucked way off any highway, fhis homeowner shows his pride in America in his own quiet way. Behind his house is Fox Lake in Rice County.
private residence, Rice County
pier on Maxwell Bay, Lake Minnetonka
homes along the shore of Black Lake
Lake Minnetonka is one of Minnesota's many large lakes with lots of activities to enjoy. With its 125 miles of shoreline carved by its bays, coves, islands and peninsulas, hundreds of picturesque scenes are to be had. This one of Maxwell Bay and the next few are some I took on a sunny late summer/early fall day in September.
Maxwell Bay fishing pier
Residents enjoy their private bit of Paradise on Black Lake, a smaller body of water nearf Lake Minnetonka.
Maxwell Bay marina
Lake Nokomis, Minneapolis
Another of Minnesota's lakes is this one, Lake Nokomis, geographically located between Minneapolis and St. Paul. It's popular not only because of the lake itself, but also because of its two beaches with imported sand and the huge grassy park by the same name which surrounds it.
She may have given up this view from her bedroom window when she moved closer to the cities, but my sister doesn't regret it. St. Paul has trees, too!!
Autumn trees against pond
Minnehaha Falls in winter
The Minnehaha Falls in Minneapolis may be on the small side, as waterfalls go, but its 53-foot drop is impressive just the same. The fall is part of the Minnehaha Creek, a tributary of the Mississippi.
red barn and fence
Minnehaha Falls
An old barn sits off Highway 52 on Mill Creek Road in Chatfield, Olmsted County.
Minneapolis skyline
Minneapolis