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Tag Archives: winter
One of my favorite winter photography subjects is the kind of “window” created by melting snow around prairie plants. When the sun is shining, dried plants often warm up enough to melt the snow around them a little faster than … Continue reading
Just as I did last week, I’m posting a few more winter photos from my archives. Laying flat on one’s stomach on a frozen river might not sound like much fun to you, but it does give you a neat … Continue reading
I was looking through a couple batches of winter photos from recent years and found some images I’d never posted here. Since my camera hasn’t left its bag in the last week or so, I’ll post a few of those … Continue reading
While my wife Kim and I were at the Niobrara Valley Preserve for several days in December, we spotted a small creature neither of us had seen before. We were walking along the edge of the river (hoping to see … Continue reading
My wife and I have a tradition of spending part of our holiday break up at the Niobrara Valley Preserve. It’s only a two year old tradition, but nevertheless… This year, the weather was great for hiking, so we spent … Continue reading
Ok, it’s not a world class photo from an artistic standpoint, but it tells a story. I just wish I knew what the story was… I noticed these two small mounds of snow last month in a restored prairie west … Continue reading
Here are two photos that are completely unrelated to each other. Why? Because I feel like it. So there. Ok, I guess both photos were taken in a Nebraska prairie. That’s makes them kind of related, right? 5 points to … Continue reading
Having just downloaded nearly two months of images from the timelapse cameras at our Derr Wetland Restoration Project (I showed photos and video from this site last week as well), I went through the images to see what stories the … Continue reading
Snow! The long range forecast last fall called for a wet winter, but we’ve had very little snow so far. This week, we finally got a couple good snow storms (and two days of cancelled school). However, the high temperatures … Continue reading