Category Archives: Photojournalism

So What?

This is a “So What?!” shot; a fallen tree with a boring railroad bridge in the background.  Well, whoopee-to-do.  Not so fast, my friends. From a distance, this looks like any other railroad bridge crossing the Platte River, known to … Continue reading

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Old Mail Box

We found an old mailbox at the entrance to the Bone Creek Art Gallery in David City, Nebraska.  It was in such good condition that it might have been a replica. The mailbox was solid cast iron; the lid on … Continue reading

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Two Horses

The last few weeks have been crazy … busy, busy, busy.  Something was always going on: spring cleaning, mowing, putting in the garden, mowing, pruning, mowing, grandkid activities, mowing, graduation parties, and more mowing.  Hardly time to catch my breath. … Continue reading

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School’s Out

On a morning walk near Moshi, Tanzania I could hear young children’s excited voices.  Several kids were running toward me from both directions, all with big smiles on their faces.  Soon, I was surrounded by a dozen boisterous youngsters, all … Continue reading

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Memorial Day, 2018

I never get tired of looking at Old Glory, but get real excited when I see her flying in various formations. Five sets of three flag poles line each side of the drive at Valmont Industries’ Corporate Headquarters in Omaha, … Continue reading

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Preschool Graduation

Yup, believe it or not, 4-5 year olds are graduating from preschool.  Preschools are having commencement exercises, complete with mortar boards, medals and diplomas.  Seriously? Hey, Mom.  Look at these cool telescopes we got! Thought for the Day:  I wonder … Continue reading

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Spring Pruning

Spring finally arrived and I’ve been pruning out the dead wood in our shrubs and hedge.  Uggh, I enjoy privacy provided by the hedge, but dread the constant maintenance. My neighbor, on the other hand, is seeking a more permanent … Continue reading

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