Selective Focus: Randomness

Photo by Kip Praslowicz

Kip Praslowicz, untitled

This is the debut of a new weekly feature on Perfect Duluth Day in which we showcase a collection of submitted pictures on a chosen theme. The first theme is “Randomness,” which is sort of the opposite of a theme, but provides some sense of the range of photos we’re looking for. The featured image is above; more images on this theme are below.

This project has been launched in an effort to keep alive some of the spirit of Daily Duluth Photo, a website that has been on hiatus since August. The idea here, however, is a bit more specific. We’re looking for Duluth-area photos that are not just of the region’s landmarks and abundant natural assets, but of the people who live, work and play here. Drawn from a weekly theme, I will (with acute subjectivity) choose a stand-out image, along with several other merit-worthy pictures.

Next week’s theme is “Home.” Send your broadly-interpreted photographs, snapshots, family-album scans, what have you, to tim @ by Wednesday at 11:59 p.m. Files should be 1000 pixels wide or tall on the longest side. Include your name, title of the photo, and the URL of your website, Flickr stream, Tumblr, or whatever you might like linked.

Richard C. Johnson

Richard C. Johnson, “Exit 252”

Sharon Mollerus, untitled

Photo by Aaron Reichow

Aaron Reichow, untitled

"Untitled" by Bill Schwalbe

Bill Schwalbe, untitled

"Untitled" by Tyler Rayburn

Tyler Rayburn, untitled

"The Pig" by Zach Kerola

Zach Kerola, “The Pig”


Special K

about 9 years ago

Some good old fashioned Twin Ports sarcasm.


about 9 years ago

Tim, congratulations on the launch


about 9 years ago

So cool. Secrets about secrets! Can't wait for next week.

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