It’s a new year—so it’s time to begin showcasing photos from our annual photo contest, Lens on Lake Minnetonka. Ann Beadle-Reinitz’s photograph, Whooo are you … placed second in the Wildlife & Nature category.
Minnesota's only two licensed marine archaeologists have made it their mission to study what’s at the bottom of local lakes—including Lake Minnetonka—in order to better understand our past.
A family restores its legacy 1950s boat brand.
Today, you can launch a simple website in just a few days.
As a child, I thought the Easter bunny laid eggs, usually in the form of chocolate or pink plastic. Only some three decades later, when I started keeping a flock of backyard chickens, did I understand the biological basis for the thrill of spring eggs.
This photo received an honorable mention in the Wildlife & Nature category of our 2017 Lens on Lake Minnetonka photo contest.
Last Valentine’s Day, Jackie Scherer wandered through the woods of the Minnesota River Valley in Saint Paul with her Nikon D600 to capture the falling snow. She photographed wild turkeys and deer. “It was cold, and honestly I couldn’t feel my fingers anymore,” she says.