April 2022 Photo Gallery

What are the readers of Sr Perspective up to? Find out in pictures they sent in. If you've done, or seen, something interesting that you would like to share, we would love to hear about and see a picture.



Driving around Kingsland, Texas, Sue Taylor of Hitterdal, spotted this great cross standing by a cemetery.


Susan Birhanzel’s friend, Peter, comes up the steps of her deck to eat, in Alexandria.

Come enjoy the goose party, in front of the Page House Apartments, in Fergus Falls. Photo shared by Megan Anderson.

Eileen Bayer had a tree full of squirrels visit her for lunch, in Morris, during February.

Carol Erickson shared a picture of Delsey Sieg kayaking through a culvert on the Otter Tail River.

Out snowmobiling, Gail Kloos of Donnelly, found beautiful blue skies and wind turbines.

Crosses on St. James Lutheran Church South Effingham Cemetery. Taken inaugural night by Charles Ruckheim, of Parkers Prairie.

Carolyn Enstad, of Walnut Grove, sent a picture of beautiful peach blossoms she found in Arizona.

In Mesa, Arizona, Terri Sanoski volunteers to pick fruit in the community. A friend from Minnesota was visiting her and couldn’t believe how big the grapefruit was.

Even a mostly empty parking lot scene from Monticello in winter looks nice when you aren’t out in the cold. Picture by Mike Sanoski.

In Mesa, Arizona, Terri Sanoski volunteers to pick fruit in the community. A friend from Minnesota was visiting her and couldn’t believe how big the grapefruit was.

Brielle Backes, age 7, from Big Lake, whistled a song to her chickens while rounding them up before school. Photo shared by Brandon Backes.

This giant cup, being emptied onto the ground, is another interesting sculpture found near Vining, by DeVonne Koppenberg, of St. Cloud.

The orange sky behind a church at sunset was shared by Colleen Woods, of Cold Spring, and she calls it “In All His Glory.”

An acrobatic black squirrel from Wisconsin. Photo by Arnie Borchert, of Sauk Rapids.

Windmill in a private collection by Jasper, near the South Dakota border. Photo by Jodi Prchal, of Montgomery.

We are a little nervous for these two birds who decided to talk turkey next to a chopping block. Photo by Al Batt, of Hartland.


Is it a gator or a croc? Either way, Dale Dietel found this scary animal while on a cruise from South America, through the Panama Canal.






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