Here’s another photo contest for another Open Streets. If you’re walking around Nicollet Avenue this Sunday, stop by our table and say “hi.” Feel free to chat about sidewalks, urbanism, the nice weather, the future of Minneapolis, or anything else that’s on your mind!
Rules for contest:
While you’re at Open Streets, walk around, grab your phone, and take pictures of as many of the following items on Nicollet Avenue as you can.
An unusual sewer cover
A formerly mixed-use building that is now purely residential
A community garden
A hand-written sign taped to a window
A corner-oriented doorway
A yarn bomb or yard-based artwork
A flier for an event that happened at least a month ago
An abandoned or mothballed drive-thru
A sign missing letters
An advertisement featuring a non-English language
A non-ADA curb cut
A building with a date on it
A “No Loitering” sign
Find as many as you can. When you’re done, send your photos as an attachment to blindeke @ streets.mn. (You might want to make the file sizes smaller, use a Dropbox, or whatever.)
The winner will get a free copy of a great photography coffee table book, Minneapolis-Saint Paul: Then and Now, in the mail.
Have fun exploring Nicollet Avenue!
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