Tag Archives: Jerome Lund

Nearly black and white

When I started to take pictures for real, I began in black and white. We could shoot, develop our film, print it, mount it, and show it, all with a little help from Kodak’s Tri-X®, some HC-110, fixer, Photoflo®, Polycontrast … Continue reading

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A true Minnesota story…

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The Minnesota Twins and the Lund Boys (Guest essay from Steven Lund, honest!) Today May 17th the Associated Press reported: Harmon Killebrew, the affable, big-swinging Hall of Famer whose tape-measure home runs made him the cornerstone of the Minnesota Twins, … Continue reading

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“truly stakhanovite proportions” or how I learned to stop worrying and loved Sputnik

  If you listened to Pravda (Truth) in the old days, you may have heard of Stakhanov One thing that is generally true about Americans is that they pay attention to things. Yes, you heard right. Only their range of … Continue reading

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Midwesternism Defined and Some Other Stuff

Just to bring something completely different to help explain the Half Coastal name I use for this blog: the name came to me in a blinding flash of something, maybe creativity, maybe just too much cilantro in the salsa…who knows? … Continue reading

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