I run (or walk) at Lake Harriet every morning. Here you will see what I've seen down at the Lake through the lens of my iPhone.
(Full Disclosure: my Nikon shots make guest appearances here as well).

22nd April 2014

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Coots (at Lake Harriet)

Coots (at Lake Harriet)

22nd April 2014

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I counted 3 loons on the lake this morning. Here’s one.  (at Lake Harriet)

I counted 3 loons on the lake this morning. Here’s one. (at Lake Harriet)

16th April 2014

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Ice ashore.  (at Lake Harriet)

Ice ashore. (at Lake Harriet)

15th April 2014

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Moon setting (at Lake Harriet)

Moon setting (at Lake Harriet)

9th April 2014

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Good morning goose couple.  (at Lake Harriet)

Good morning goose couple. (at Lake Harriet)

8th April 2014

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Mama Duck is back for year 6, currently hiding in plain sight. Can you see her?  (at Boulevard Garden)

Mama Duck is back for year 6, currently hiding in plain sight. Can you see her? (at Boulevard Garden)

7th April 2014

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View from little wooden bridge on west shore. Walking path is open in pockets. It’s stick-y though, as @morninglighttoday says. (at Lake Harriet)

View from little wooden bridge on west shore. Walking path is open in pockets. It’s stick-y though, as @morninglighttoday says. (at Lake Harriet)

4th April 2014

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Lake effect drifts on the running path’s South side. Head lamp still necessary.  (at Lake Harriet South Beach)

Lake effect drifts on the running path’s South side. Head lamp still necessary. (at Lake Harriet South Beach)

4th April 2014

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April 4, 2014
Only saw one other runner at the lake today. One! (at Lake Harriet Band Shell)

April 4, 2014
Only saw one other runner at the lake today. One! (at Lake Harriet Band Shell)

28th March 2014

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Open water!
Upon arriving home after today’s run, the Duck Couple who every spring nest next to my house were circling the block.  An hour later, Mama Duck was spotted under my birdfeeder eating corn.  Then, same morning, I was driving to work past the area in the photo above, and I spotted the first Goose perched on Goose Island.  She was checking out the past nesting sight.  It’s fun that both the familiar Duck Couple and the Goose Couple stopped by as soon as the water started opening up on Lake Harriet.  On the same day - Friday, March 28th, 2014.  

Open water!

Upon arriving home after today’s run, the Duck Couple who every spring nest next to my house were circling the block.  An hour later, Mama Duck was spotted under my birdfeeder eating corn.  Then, same morning, I was driving to work past the area in the photo above, and I spotted the first Goose perched on Goose Island.  She was checking out the past nesting sight.  It’s fun that both the familiar Duck Couple and the Goose Couple stopped by as soon as the water started opening up on Lake Harriet.  On the same day - Friday, March 28th, 2014.