Published: Friday, December 6, 2013
Updated: Friday, December 6, 2013 00:12
Fargo has a lot of hidden beauties we pass by every day without even thinking. When it snows, do you ever explore Fargo because it is so beautiful? Or do you think about how much of a pain it is to drive in. Better yet, have you eye witnessed the beauty of the Red River when it’s not flooding? The Red River is commonly thought as a landmark for Fargo/ Moorhead area because it floods every spring. However, technically the Red River only floods for one month out of the entire year. Majority of the time it is just there, fleeting through the city, absorbing the nurturing trees, fishers, plants, and nature. A couple days ago, I went to explore the beauty of Fargo as it snowed. I went to the Red River by the bridge on main and drove all the way down to Lindenwood Park. I captured the river all the way up to the neighbor¬hoods surrounding the area. The trees caressed the roads filled with snow on their branches. It was simply beautiful. Fargo contains a lot of hidden beauties, so take a step back, and absorb it.