Only in Minnesota (Hardcover)
|Author: Roxanne/ Kjarum Kjarum||Photographer: Roxanne Kjarum Roxanne Kjarum||Text By: Berit Thorkelson Berit Thorkelson|
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|This is a pictorial tribute to all that makes the state unique. A combination of the natural, historical and cultural facets of life in Minnesota, it showcases the people and what they do for fun, where they do for fun, where they live, their favorite places, and more. Over 160 dazzling four-color photographs--showing a variety of subjects, from farms and churches to tourist destinations and state parks; from nature scenes to city festivals and cultural events--make this book shine.|
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Only in Minnesota is a pictorial tribute to all that makes the state unique. Combining the natural, historical, and cultural facets of life in Minnesota, it showcases the people and what they do for fun (the Uptown Art Fair, ice fishing), where they live (from the cities of Minneapolis, St. Paul, Duluth, and Rochester to smaller towns and rural regions in between), their favorite places (Mille Lacs, Split Rock Lighthouse), and more. More than 160 dazzling, four-color photographs, showing a variety of subjects--from farms and churches to tourist destinations and state parks; from nature scenes to city festivals and cultural events--are the focus of Only in Minnesota. These photographs are accented by lively captions and fun facts. The result is a homage to the Gopher state from a local author and photographer whose love for Minnesota comes through on every page. Roxanne Kjarum is a freelance photographer who shoots advertising for money and the natural world for love. Her first published work was in Sierra Club magazine in 1988; since then her photography has appeared in numerous publications, including MPLS.ST.PAUL Magazine, Lake Superior Magazine, and Metropolitan Home.