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Charles A. Lindbergh State Park at Peak Fall Colors

Today, my mom, my puggles, and I decided to visit Charles A. Lindbergh State Park in Little Falls, Minnesota, because it was the closest state park at peak fall colors according to the DNR’s Fall Color Finder. It was a fine state park situated near the Mississippi River. These are the photos I got.

My mom and our puggles stand on a bridge over a creek
Maple leaves in full flame
My mom and our puggles in the woods
Missy smiles amid a bed of pine needles
My mom and Pugsley smile for the camera on a bridge
Here we are back at the entrance near the parking lot
My mom sits on a bench close to the Mississippi River
Sign for Charles A. Lindbergh State Park
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Pug Life

My Dogs at the Golden Hour

In photography, the golden hour is defined as the first hour after sunrise and the last hour before sunset. Many photographers consider it the best time for photography, because of the pleasing, warm tones it engenders. I used to go out a few times a week at the golden hour to take pictures. More recently, I haven’t been as interested in photography, but this Web site is sure to change that.

This evening, I went out with my dogs, beginning an hour before sunset. These are the results.

Pugsley and Missy in the grass
Missy stares pensively in the grass
Missy flashes a smile for the camera
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An Evening in Centennial Lakes Park

Centennial Lakes Park is a 24-acre park and man-made pond located in Edina, Minnesota. It’s my mom’s favorite park, so we went there with our puggles, Pugsley and Missy, this evening.

Missy and Pugsley pose for the camera
My mom and puggles by the pond
My mom and puggles by the miniature golf course