Meet the winners of the 2019 Lens on St. Croix Valley photo contest!
Todd Kockelman submitted his photo "Winter Liftbridge" to our 2018 Lens on St. Croix Valley photo contest.
The community came together last summer for the Minnesota Orchestra's Concert in the Park.
Voting is now closed. Stay tuned for the winners!
Nineteen-year-old Violet Penman is a graduate of Hudson High School and a student at the University of Wisconsin – River Falls.
This Hudson garden is full of native plants and plants that are wildlife friendly, like trees and shrubs that produce nuts and berries for birds and squirrels.
Meet Hattie. She’s a hunting dog getting a little retrieval practice at Big Marine Lake.
During his sophomore year of high school, David Parker decided to take a photography class. “I’ve been [taking photographs] ever since,” says the St. Paul native and 14-year Stillwater resident.
Parker mostly photographs bridges, buildings, the rising and setting sun, and finds his inspiration in the Stillwater area. “I love it—the history, the old buildings and the landscapes,” he says. “It’s fantastic to get out and wander around and see what’s there.”
You’ve finally convinced everyone to take a family photo: your busy husband, camera-shy son, and can’t-sit-still-for-a-minute daughter. Or you have a family reunion coming up and want to be sure to capture that multi-generational photo opportunity—either by hiring a professional photographer for their artistry and expertise; or by grabbing your own camera. Quick: What to wear? Where and what time of day to take the photograph? How to pose? Lisa Buth and Jeff Dunn, two St.