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  • Thank you for visiting. My name is Jordan Powers and I have created this blog to share my work that I have made throughout the country. If you would like to see my work from the greater Mankato area specifically, visit www.photosofmankato.com.

    All of the content on this site is available under Creative Commons, but if you wish to order a print or use an image for commercial use, please contact me.

    If you came across this site while searching for a wedding and portrait photographer, or a commercial photographer you have the right guy - just the wrong site :)

    Please visit www.jordanpowers.com/blog for wedding and portraits. You may also visit www.lucaskay.com for real estate and architectural photography.

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Textures

Here are just a few texture photos I wanted to share.  I love textures because they are like micro-landscapes that are available everywhere.  Although most of the textures I tend to shoot consist of filthy city walls and streets – there is so much beauty in these little worlds.  Click play to see the short slideshow of images.

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Downtown Toledo Photo Walk » Jordan powers: my personal work - […] I explored downtown Toledo with our cameras.  I always loved walking downtown Toledo.  See this previous post for more textures from downtown […]

The 7 Up Silo

Sometimes I am so glad I have a camera with me at all times.  If I didn’t, I would not have captured this memory.  I say memory because shortly after this photo was taken, the silo was painted over with another company logo that just doesn’t have as much character as the old 7-Up branding.  Taken on Rt. 169 near Le Seuer, MN.

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Packos at the Park

Taken in Downtown Toledo on an evening photo walk with some friends.   What I think I love most about art is the experimenting.  The results.  The way something looks when you sit back and enjoy it.  I am definitely an artist first and foremost, but I won’t beat around the bush about the meaning behind the images I end up with.  They are just meant to be enjoyed – nothing more, nothing less.

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