Monthly Archives: November 2015

The holiday lights in downtown Omaha are spellbinding. I spent about an hour there last night in the mist and fog, and it’s as if the whole city was transformed into some mystical elsewhere. No matter how many times I stroll through downtown at this time of year, I’m instantly returned to childhood, giddy and […]

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Bayliss Park, Veterans Plaza. This was taken last winter during a heavy overnight snowfall in early February. I remember it being so eerily peaceful, and the bronze statues (an amazing tribute to veterans) were my only company. I was hoping for a similar snowfall last night to complement the new Christmas lights, but I guess […]

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To me, one of the coolest things about social media (Facebook/Instagram in particular) is the collaborative sharing of pictures, particularly within a locality, showing various viewpoints of weather and celestial events. Supermoon? Check. Beautiful sunset? Check. Stormclouds, flooding, foot-high snow accumulation? Check, check, check. Spectacular sunrise on an otherwise mundane Tuesday in November? Thirty, maybe forty, photos […]

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