Welcome to the new home of Powderhorn365! We are very excited to share with you our new website design that we think will make navigating the almost 2000 photos taken (to date) easier. You will also notice a new "Prints for Sale" link on the left where we will be placing for purchase some of the most iconic photos that Powderhorn365 has to offer. If you have suggestions for photos that you would like to see featured there, be sure to send us a note.
Powderhorn365 started on January 1, 2009, thanks to Amy Wurdock and a group of photographers. As of this writing in 2014, we are working on our sixth year. There is one photo per day taken by a member of a core group who is assigned a particular day each week, with guest photographers filling in. They look at the Powderhorn neighborhood in Minneapolis, Minnesota, which is bordered by Lake Street on the north, Cedar Avenue on the east, 38th Street on the south, and Chicago Avenue on the west. We have a park and a lake in the middle of the neighborhood and commercial corridors around the edges of the neighborhood. We hope you enjoy looking over these various perspectives of our city and our community. If you have a photo you want to suggest for this site, if you have a comment about a photo, or if you'd like to be a guest photographer, we'd like to hear from you. If you'd like to sign up to be a guest photographer, we will be happy to hear from you. You may contact us at email@example.com. We also have a Facebook page, so feel free to friend us to get the daily post.
In the last few years, we became a program of Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association, and that partnership has given us the support we need to sustain this project. Our gratitude to PPNA for helping us to explore new and exciting ways to celebrate the neighborhood through photography, including photo-wrapped utility boxes along the streets of Powderhorn and Central neighborhoods. (Click on the PPNA icon on this page to find out more about this nonprofit community organization.)
Good luck to this year's newest crop of photographers and a huge Thank You to the outgoing 2013 participants!