The Last Batch Of Snow In Minneapolis?

I found this bastard today outside of a parking ramp near 5th Ave and 4th St N, not too far from Darby’s Pub. I froze for a moment before taking the picture, as I was momentarily gripped by fear. Would it attack me? Did it have friends around? Could it leap at me and do some more of those terrible things like it did to us all winter?

Thankfully no, it’s almost dead.

I was able to muster up enough courage to kick it, and spit on it, but then I just fell to my knees and started to cry.

  1. Camera: SONY DSC-W150
  2. Aperture: f/11
  3. Exposure: 1/100th
  4. Focal Length: 15mm
  1. mentalscribble reblogged this from stuffaboutminneapolis and added:
    LMAO, I love my home state. Everyone’s got such a good sense of humor about how much the weather totally blows 9 months...
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  3. seriouslywhoisthisgirl reblogged this from avocadosalad and added:
    It’s about damn time. This winter SUCKED.
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  10. diananock said: Wow, that must have been a hell of a big pile of snow.
  11. psychic-knees said: try checking out all the nasty slush mountain that still remains in the umn parking lot in st paul near the fair grounds…. That thing will be there until July probably.
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  14. smokesnack reblogged this from tarynnjanine and added:
    Also, in St Paul, check out the sears parking lot off of rice and university. It’s still like 20 feet tall D:
  15. steveanderson said: Ish. At this rate it could stick around well into June or July…
  16. neighborhoodr-minneapolis reblogged this from stuffaboutminneapolis and added:
    Dear lord, it’s May.