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2020 was a crazy year for all of us. CoVid and the murder of George Floyd in the city where I live left most of us exhausted, astounded and grieving in many, many areas of our public and private lives.
While most photographers were in South Minneapolis, I happened upon a small garden of sunflowers in North Minneapolis.As I was photographing, I noticed a small hand-painted sign in the corner of the garden. "George Floyd Memorial Garden" it said and I spent my summer photographing it from bursting in bright yellow petals, to decay.
These images are the result of that summer of George Floyd. I'm still editing. Its taken me a long time to just look at them.
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Guestbook for George Floyd Memorial Garden Sunflowers
Dale Kakkak(non-registered)
I will be around. George Floyd deserves a national garden.
The guestbook is empty.