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Selective Focus: Duluth

Tamara Jones

Tamara Jones, “Full moon over the Lake”

There is no way to comprehensively describe Duluth with an inane little photo feature, but I do think this week’s image’s alternations between grandeur and ruin say something about this place; what we value, what we’ve let moulder. Duluth is a place where our failures aren’t hidden. Its broken roads and crumbling industries, all set on that capricious gem of a lake impress the psychic landscape, and inform our present strivings.

Next week’s theme will be “the road;” the construction, the daunting hills, or scenic byways. Send images without watermarks or signatures 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 Instagram.

John O'Neill

John O’Neill, untitled

Dave Sorensen

Dave Sorensen, untitled

Dave Sorensen

Dave Sorensen, untitled

Dave Sorensen

Dave Sorensen, untitled

Cheryl Reitan

Cheryl Reitan, “Garfield Avenue”

Cheryl Reitan

Cheryl Reitan, “blue-heron-rosette”

Paul McIntyre

Paul McIntyre, “End of the Line”

Paul McIntyre

Paul McIntyre, “L.S.&M Tracks”

Tim White

Tim White, “Tischer Creek”

Tim White

Tim White, “Tischer Creek”

Emily Norton

Emily Norton, untitled

Emily Norton

Emily Norton, untitled

hattie

Hattie Peterson, “Pre Blood Moon Total Lunar Eclipse”

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