Photographs document significant moments in our lives—pregnancies, births and birthdays; first days of school and graduations; engagements and weddings; and others. But there can be a very important part of life that goes mostly undocumented. As we get older and our own major life events arrive less frequently, we tend to be relegated to only group photos or even step away from the camera shot altogether. How about rethinking that photographic narrative? Read more about Emily John Photography Documents Generations Through Photos
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.
“I took the photo in Mound, in my nextdoor neighbor’s backyard,” she says, after noticing her neighbor staring up at the sky. “To my knowledge, it is a barred owl with how many I have seen on my Facebook photo groups and also looking it up online,” she says. Read more about Whooo are you …
Kristyn Hewitt's photograph "Lake Goddess" took first place in the People & Families category of our 2019 Lens on Lake Minnetonka photo contest. Read more about Lens on Lake Minnetonka Photographer Captures Model's Striking Makeup