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Storz Fountain

Inside the beautiful Joslyn Art Museum, located near downtown Omaha, Nebraska, you will find permanent collections of European, Ancient and American art.  It contains comprehensive collections of the American West and American Indian. Architecturally, my favorite part of the museum … Continue reading

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Pelican

Shooting pelicans is fun … with a camera, but not easy to catch them in flight.  Getting a good shot of them bobbing around in the water is fairly easy, but not near as rewarding. I was in Marco Island the … Continue reading

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Longwood Gardens

The Longwood Gardens are part of a 1,000 acre estate owned by the du Pont family, located near Kennett Square, Pennsylvania.  Originally owned by William Penn, George Pierce bought the property in 1700.  Pierre S. du Pont bought the property in … Continue reading

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Winter Home

This cozy little winter home of Henry Ford is in Fort Meyers, Florida, right next door to his good friend, Thomas Edison — the homes are identical.  It is not a mansion by any stretch, definitely not memorable, but I … Continue reading

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Hay, you!

Psst, did I get your attention?  Check out these storm clouds brewing over a freshly cut hay field in northeast Nebraska.   (BTW, I do know how to spell “hey”.) Some people say Nebraska is a fly over state, not … Continue reading

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Old Woolen Mill

I really like this shot of an old woolen mill in Seneca Falls, NY.  Seneca Falls is in the heart of the Finger Lakes wine region of upstate New York, a very pretty place in the fall.  I took this shot … Continue reading

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