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  • Penelope's Loom
    LC A as part of the Lomo Amigos program The theme was Americana and the week coincided with a Thanksgiving trip to see family in North Carolina where I happened to spend much of my time visiting a farm owned by my sister and her family I have a ton of images to go through but here s a start Catherine Small Raleigh North Carolina 6 23 12 American Tobacco

    Original URL path: http://www.penelopesloom.com/tagged/north-carolina (2016-04-27)
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  • Penelope's Loom
    to our trip If you missed it Part 1 Twin Cities to Mankato Exploring Minnesota Part 1 Twin Cities to Mankato In the beginning of June after a few months of whirlwind world travel I found myself in the middle of America working with Explore Minnesota Preceding the trip the reactions I received when I mentioned to others that I would be spending ten days in Minnesota were admittedly more of bewilderment than anything else primarily because my road trip partner Heidi Lee and I were assigned to the lesser known southwestern part of the state What s to be seen in those parts We had ten days to find out Our first few days were spent in St Paul and Minneapolis the famous Twin Cities Fueled by Spyhouse Coffee and more good food than we could comfortably consume we covered a ton of ground including the historic buildings surrounding St Paul s Rice Park one of which was the Landmark Center a former civic building turned arts and cultural center which was draped with silks in preparation for a wedding that afternoon After a morning spent stuffing our faces at the Mill City Farmer s Market and being blown away by the impressive Flour Tower exhibit at the Mill City Museum Heidi and I made it to the Stone Arch Bridge and The Guthrie Theater Minneapolis classics Another day we made a call and decided to follow the recommendations of locals and left greater Minneapolis for a quick morning trip out to neighboring Stillwater for a stroll along the St Croix River and a visit to Nelson s an epically gluttonous creamery Later we left the Twin Cities headed south to Mankato and on our way allowed ourselves to be distracted by Jim s Minnesota s largest candy store where we lost ourselves for nearly an hour In Mankato we were fortunate enough to come into the company of a few local photographers who decided to join us for our local excursions Minneopa State Park home of southern Minnesota s largest waterfall was a highlight as was the architecture of some of the local buildings such as the Cox Museum in St Peter which is a marvelous throwback to another era As a special bonus Gretchen Alms a local photographer and landowner invited us to visit and tour her family s property which this year will receive its Century Farms recognition for being owned by the same family for one hundred years Gretchen talked to us about corn and soy bean farming methods showed us what a barn turned home looks like and sent us away with homemade fruit roll ups blueberry chutney and honey from the beehives out back If Heidi and I weren t already convinced that life in rural Minnesota was different than life in our respective homes of New York City and San Francisco a few hours on the farm was all the confirmation we needed Part 2 New Ulm Pipestone and Worthington to come

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  • Penelope's Loom
    Penelope s Loom Photography by Pei Ketron About Instagram Archive An evening walk with my niece North Carolina Penelope s Loom 2012 2016 SIMPLIST Tumblr Theme by Precrafted

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    Pei Ketron About Instagram Archive An evening walk with my niece North Carolina Backyard BBQ Brooklyn Part 2 Faces Backyard BBQ Brooklyn Part 1 Moments Penelope s Loom 2012 2016

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    Penelope s Loom Photography by Pei Ketron About Instagram Archive Jeffrey Gerson photographed in Bernal Heights Penelope s Loom 2012 2016 SIMPLIST Tumblr Theme by Precrafted

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  • Penelope's Loom
    the light beckons you stop Benjamin Madison and Victoria Wright photographed in Portland Oregon Christian Watson of 1924 photographed in The Dalles Oregon Katia Mi fixing her hair for a portrait at Quinta da Bacalhôa Portugal A glow in the

    Original URL path: http://www.penelopesloom.com/tagged/light (2016-04-27)
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  • Penelope's Loom
    Pei Ketron About Instagram Archive Jeffrey Gerson photographed in Bernal Heights Finding spots of light at The Getty Los Angeles Christian Watson of 1924 photographed in The Dalles Oregon Bonneville Salt Flats May 2013 Straight Chiaroscuro Penelope s Loom 2012

    Original URL path: http://www.penelopesloom.com/tagged/shadow (2016-04-27)
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