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Eric Dubnicka

Eric Dubnicka, “Slop Bucket”

Glad that I called a random theme because it let me catch up with recent doings I’ve missed. Emily finished a marathon, Ed had a great opening (and buffet), Zach made it to Grand Marais, Aaron’s son finished 1st grade, and Richard snuck in a ‘lifty.’ Follow the links for more happenings, like the progress of Annie’s root cellar, or Brian’s contributuions to “Made Here” in the cities (which could flourish in the Twin Ports too).

Not to make facebook of Perfect Duluth Day, but it’s good to have a space where we can catch up, albeit virtually, about thresholds, and milestones. That has always been the goal of this feature — to privilege our human capital, our relationships to this place and to each other.

Along those lines, next week’s them will be “the human comedy.” Let’s see our gaffs and laughter — the blooper reel of the poised selves we affect. Send your unwatermarked, signature-less images by Wednesday at 11:59 p.m to tim @ perfectduluthday.com — 1000px at their largest dimension — along with title (if any), and URL of your website, Facebook page, Tumblr, or Flickr stream.

Zach Kerola

Zach Kerola, “Grand Marais”

Trudy Fredericks

Trudy Fredericks, “First Harvest of the Year”

Brian Hart

Brian Hart, untitled

Paul Lundgren

Paul Lundgren, “Stumble Camel”

Emily Norton

Emily Norton, untitled

Annie Dugan

Annie Dugan, “Vetch”

Andrew Perfetti

Andrew Perfetti, “Ed Newman”

Brian Barber

Brian Barber, “Holidazzle”

John O'Neill

John O’Neill, untitled

Richard Narum

Richard Narum, untitled

Molly Streiff

Molly Streiff, untitled

Paul J. McIntyre

Paul J. McIntyre, “Full Flower Moon”

Aaron Reichow

Aaron Reichow, “Last Day of 1st Grade”

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