It's that time of year again: The Lens on the Lake photo contest has returned for its 7th year of beautiful photos of our community.
Stephanie Herington’s A Summer Paddle took second place in our 2018 Lens on the Lake photo contest in the People & Families category.
White Bear Lake resident Jim Delesha captured this image, which took second place in our 2018 Lens on the Lake photo contest in the Activities & Events category.
In this photo, Ken Klein captures the beauty of the Hill Farm Historical Society granary.
Jay Rendall’s photo “Monday Night Spectators” took third place in our 2018 Lens on the Lake contest.
“Dreamer” is our pick for this month’s Last Glance. “Dreamer” took third place in our 2018 Lens on the Lake photo contest
When Amy Woodford Honmyhr and Allyssa Woodford Hughes look through their camera lens, they look for more than flattering angles and forgiving light. As the team behind Woodford Sisters Photography, the portrait photographers look to capture authentic moments. It could be a portrait of a newborn, a teenager or a senior. When the sisters hear feedback like “That’s her smile,” or “That’s how I see her,” they consider it a job well done.