Before I retired from Wells Fargo Bank, I managed a training department with a staff of trainers who trained employees on how to use different data systems. My staff of trainers were located either in Phoenix, Minneapolis or Des Moines Iowa.
On one of my many trips to Minneapolis to observe a training session, I snapped a few photos of the Minneapolis skyline. I always thought that Minneapolis had an attractive downtown with a variety of high-rise buildings.
On one of those trips, I went to a play at the Guthrie Theatre which is located next to the Mississippi River. At the theatre, they have a lounge area overlooking the river and a variety of bridges.
This particular trip happened a few weeks after the Interstate 35 bridge had collapsed back in August of 2007. From that lounge at the Guthrie Theatre, I could see what remained of the bridge. That was a tragic event and a reminder that much of our highway infrastructure is in need of repairs.
One of the viewing windows at the Guthrie Theatre was covered with a yellow film. I decided take another skyline shot through that yellow tint directly into the setting sun. It made the sunset look rather dramatic.