Competition was stiff this year for the annual Images of Edina photo contest, but after the dust settled, the judges picked the winning images.
We all have that moment when we wish time could freeze, right then and there, so we can enjoy it for as long as we want. Thankfully, many photographers are masters of capturing those moments, whenever and wherever they happen.
We can all appreciate a piece of art, so what about a photograph of a piece of art? Timothy Macht, former Edina resident and photographer, proves art can also create a beautiful, and entirely unique, photo.
The Golden Triangle of India. It sounds exotic, ancient and fascinating … but maybe a little too distant and confusing for a vacation destination? What if you could make that trip of a lifetime with someone who knows her way around and wants to share her knowledge with you?
With age comes perspective, and perhaps that perspective is best used on the road.
A dog is a constant companion, member of the family and sometimes your partner. Those familiar with such in-depth dog partnerships are police officers in Edina’s K9 unit.
We all have a moment where we think, “Man, I should have taken a picture.” Maybe it’s your mother laughing at a joke, or the first time a toddler meets a dog. Sometimes, it’s a moment you especially want to remember.
Thomas Pfeifer grew up in Edina. He had a pretty typical Edina childhood. He graduated from Edina High School in 1984. After his junior year in college he came home for the summer.
International Women’s Day (IWD) is just around the corner, and we at Edina Magazine, an employer of many women, are proud to proclaim the day’s significance.
It’s a wonderful feeling to be recognized for your hard work—even better when recognized by your peers.
“It was the first award to be given at the [Minnesota Association of Assessing Officers, MAAO],” says Bob Wilson, assessor for the City of Edina. “I truly was very shocked.”