How Minnesotans are deal with life during a pandemic.
Governor Walz's Stay at Home order has left many spaces around Duluth that are normally busy, nearly totally empty. These images were made on Ilford Delta 400 and HP5 400 film with a Mamiya C330 and Sabre 620 box camera on Tuesday March 31, 2020.
Longtime owners reinvented their home to bring the outdoors in and foster tranquility.
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President Donald Trump announced Friday that he is declaring the coronavirus pandemic a national emergency as the world braces itself for more confirmed cases.
A free farmers market was put on by Clyde Iron Works, Bent Paddle and Sysco Minnesota on Tuesday March 31, 2020. Fruit, vegetables, orange juice, coffee, eggs and buttermilk were all available for anyone who needed it. 3400 pounds of food was donated and it was estimated that around 250 people could benefit from it.
As the novel coronavirus outbreak spreads, governments and people cope with quarantines, flight cancellations the need for health care.
Bachman's Floral, Home & Garden donated 1,500 flowering plants to Abbott Northwestern Hospital in appreciation of the efforts of health care workers responding to the Coronavirus pandemic Tuesday, March 31, 2020 in Minneapolis.
Bike shops, which were among the businesses deemed essential in Gov. Walz's stay-at-home, are reporting a brisk upswing in business. One of these shops is Twin Ports Cyclery in Duluth, MN