Favorite photos of 2019

2019 was a great year for photography. Adam got me a telephoto lens for my birthday—why did I wait so long to try one?! I had so much fun with it.

Bathing house sparrows, November 2019
MN Valley Wildlife Refuge, October 2019
Adam harvesting some LARGE leeks at the community garden, October 2019
White Tail Deer at Fort Snelling State Park / Bdote, October 2019
Sulphur butterfly, September 2019
Autumn Meadowhawk Dragonfly, September 2019
A neighbor’s cosmos, August 2019
Monarch Butterfly approaching purple coneflower, July 2019
Bumblebee approaching hoary vervain, July 2019
July 2019—Gunflint Trail area, MN
Rowan at Split Rock Lighthouse, July 2019
Brussels sprout patterns, July 2019
Ice out on Lake Hiawatha, April 2019

Favorite photos of 2018

Skiing, copyright Jennifer Rensenbrink 2018
Skiing Fort Snelling State Park January 2018. The 2018-19 winter has been sadly lacking in snow.
Sunrise photo © Jennifer Rensenbrink 2018
Sunrise at the future Hiawatha Lake Restoration (currently known as the golf course, don’t @ me)
Trillium blooming along the Brule River, Superior Hiking Trail, May 2018
Cicada exoskeleton posed oddly on a flower, summer 2018
Anneke and Buckles, canoeing Fenske Lake, August 2018
Magnolia, April 2018
Fairy garden, June 2018
Bumblebee on Joe Pye Weed, August 2018
Rowan and Buckles canoeing Fenske Lake, August 2018

Edible Twin Cities

Edible Twin Cities

My article “Growing Up: Vertical gardens offer many benefits,” along with several photographs and a bonus recipe, is available in the current issue of Edible Twin Cities. So exciting to see my name in print! This magazine is available at most Twin Cities Co-ops and other places where Minnesota food and drink enthusiasts gather.

Please note: Edible Twin Cities ceased publication in 2014. Sad.