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Gone Forever on the Nebraska Plains - An Abandoned Farm House Sits Alone on the Prairie

Photo Friday: Abandoned

Last Sunday I spent the first part of the day shooting ducks and other birds at Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge. In …

A group of snow geese take to the sky at Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge in Missouri. There were over 1 million birds on the lake on this day.

Snow Goose Video

Although I’ve had video functionality on my 5D Mark II for quite sometime, I’ve always found myself pretty much sticking to what …

On a chilly February evening the setting sun illuminates the clouds in the western sky with a dazzling crimson color.

Photo Friday: Crimson and Cold

Nebraska has been fairly warm this winter again. That means the cold weather photography has been limited. For a couple weeks, however, …

On the trail to Dream Lake, Long's Peak is obscured, encased in blowing snow and clouds in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.

Theme Thursday: Snow

This year I’m starting a new semi-weekly event on my blog, Theme Thursday. With these posts I will be presenting a group …

Light from the setting sun illuminates clouds behind Canada Geese coming in for a landing on Lake Wehrspann on a chilly February evening.

Last Night’s Winter Sky

Last night I took a short walk down at Chalco Hills Recreation Area near my home in Omaha. For a while the …

On a cold day in mid-May, the Big Thompson flows through Moraine Park as the first sunlight of the day illuminates the peaks of the Continential Divide.

New Website and Blog Launch!

If I’ve been a little quiet lately it’s because I’ve been diligently working on redesigning my website and blog.  Today I am …

Photo Friday: A Wintry Scene

Happy Winter Solstice! Although the winter weather just moved into Nebraska, I thought I should post a wintry photograph as it is …

Photo Friday: Frosted Towers

As my tulips are already pushing through the ground, we are moving squarely into spring from winter, I feel compelled to share …