Powderhorn365 - A living history of Powderhorn Neighborhood in South Minneapolis

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  • 10/1/15 by J Arthur Anderson

    “Fall Finale” The Sunflowers are at their full height in the Powderhorn Neighborhood. Given the cool clear nights and threat of frost, there is an urgency in the air to take one last look before their final bow.

  • 9/30/15 by Warren Park

    "Colorful front yards" The Powderhorn neighborhood is filled with residents who take pride in their yards, and in this pair of adjacent yards, reds and greens abound. The crabapple tree is healthy and tall, and the red flowers just behind it are in full bloom. A nice combination that caught my eye. I like the layers in this photo: first the apples, then the red blossoms, then the house windows.

  • 9/28/15 by Jason Brown

    "Sam's Market & Meats" You might miss this Powderhorn gem if you keep to the main streets of our neighborhood. Set a block off Bloomington, this little convenience store offers many ethnic foods in addition to candy & ice cream.

  • 9/27/15 by Nickey Robare

    The harvest super moon rises above Powderhorn, a few hours before the blood moon eclipse began.

  • 9/26/15 by Elana Dahlberg

    "Early signs of Fall" I walked by this beautiful White Diamond Hydrangea many times this summer. I always admired it's brilliant white flowers that attracted butterflies. This weekend I noticed the white petals have changed to a deep pink color.

  • 9/25/15 by Brianne Bilyeu

    "Early Morning Palace" All was quiet at Palacios Market (37th and Cedar) this morning at 6:30am