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Listen Jim Brandenburg talks about his photo, "Touch the Sky" (Real Audio)
Listen Brandenburg talks about why the prairie is so important to him (Real Audio)
Listen Brandenburg talks about his prairie restoration project (Real Audio)
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Jim Brandenburg is best known for his images of the Northwoods -- complete with wolves, moose, and deep, deep, snow.
But he says he can take more pictures in a day on the prairie than in a day in the Boundary Waters -- because it's where he grew up.
The exhibit of prairie photographs, "Touch the Sky," will be on view at Sivertson Gallery in Duluth through May.
Brandenburg is teaming up with musician Michael Monroe for a slide show and concert, Monday May 1 at the DECC in Duluth.
Brandenburg talked with MPR's Stephanie Hemphill about his love of the prairie, and his photographs which capture its beauty.