Minnesota Prairie Roots

Writing and photography by Audrey Kletscher Helbling

A Minnesota evening in May: A photo essay May 16, 2019

 

A QUEST FOR ESCAPE, for peace, for a closeness with nature took me to Shager Park and the Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail along Cannon Lake near Faribault Tuesday evening.

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the golden hour just before sunset, I walked the trail, stopping often to photograph my surroundings before landing on a dock overlooking the lake.

 

 

These are my photos—images which capture the essence of May in southern Minnesota.

 

 

 

 

Experience the motion of peace.

 

 

See the beauty.

 

 

Embrace nature.

 

 

And find herein the reason spring in the Bold North so delights those of us who live here.

 

© Copyright 2019 Audrey Kletscher Helbling

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16 Responses to “A Minnesota evening in May: A photo essay”

  1. Nature DOES the WHOLE BEING GOOD 🙂 Happy Day – Enjoy!

  2. Beth Ann Says:

    Being in God’s world always makes me smile. These photographs all made me smile. Beautiful.

  3. BERNADETTE Thomasy Says:

    Happy for all Minnesotans who are finally experiencing spring. Thanks for the breath of spring.

  4. This is beautiful, Audrey. Thanks for sharing all this – makes me feel good looking at these images.

  5. Marilyn Donnell Says:

    Robert Browning said it so well In Pippa’s Song: The year’s at the spring . . . God’s in His heaven – All’s right with the world! Your photos are just lovely!

  6. Gorgeous photos Audrey!

  7. Lovely photo’s Audrey, definitely peace…and beauty in the great outdoors.

  8. Littlesundog Says:

    Relaxing spring photos, Audrey. We had the most blossoms this spring I’ve ever seen. I hope your spring is just as beautiful!


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