We are thrilled to debut Images of Home by renowned nature photographer and filmmaker Jim Brandenburg. The film is a collection spanning more than 50 years of Brandenburg’s most rare and exceptional moments filming Minnesota’s rich natural history. This new documentary was prepared exclusively for the museum and finds its home in our permanent galleries, inside the Glacial Theater nestled within the Pleistocene Minnesota diorama. Also on display throughout the permanent galleries are dozens of Mr. Brandenburg’s photographs.
“This is the most enjoyable and rewarding project of my career. I am extremely proud to be part of the new Bell Museum—which is a sacred place—and to honor Minnesota, my home.” Jim Brandenburg
From the tall grass prairies to the north woods to the shores of Lake Superior and the hills of the southeast, embark on an immersive experience that connects you to the cycle of seasons and the surprising and rarely seen interactions of Minnesota’s native creatures. See the trailer and select stills below.
Runtime: 20 minutes
See more of Jim Brandenburg’s work at http://nature365.tv
Very rare western prairie fringed orchid by Jim Brandenburg
Aurora borealis over the BWCA by Jim Brandenburg
Touch the sky prairie in Luverne, MN by Jim Brandenburg
Loon chicks on the back of an adult by Jim Brandenburg
Wolf Pups Howling by Jim Brandenburg
Wolf howl by Jim Brandenburg
Boundary Waters Canoe Area in winter from above by Jim Brandenburg
Trumpeter swans on the Mississippi river by Jim Brandenburg
Canada geese at freeze up in Medina, MN by Jim Brandenburg