Taken while out stomping through the brush that is Boyer Chute with a good friend of mine. The day and the lighting was completely flat, which led to this flat landscape. The little tributary of the Missouri River that typically separates the little faux-island of Boyer Chute from the main land was so shallow that we were able to just across it.
I honked and gave virtue the finger.
I helped a friend out with this new podcast series with singer/songwriter types. The first episode will include most of the members of local band Bazile Mills, and Jared Burton who happened to be in town from California. Jared is traveling the country via train and managing to cram in as many gigs as he can along the way.
Bench Sessions will be an interesting project to follow.
Read Hear Nebraska’s Article Here.
Follow the Series on Facebook Here.
Follow Jared Burton on Facebook Here.
Follow Bazile Mills on Facebook Here.
I managed to snag a few background shots while there.
Trying to get that quintessential shot of my home town of Omaha, Nebraska. This was another failed attempt, but the background images I took from my phone are interesting to look at.
Here’s my take on a Prairie Sunset, I’ve been so busy lately that only now that things have slowed down a little I’ve taken a deep breath (as much as one can who gets chronic sinusitis whenever the seasons change) and I feel human again. I’ve got so many things I want to do, but not enough time nor energy to do them. I’m re-doubling my efforts as of now.
Hope you like what I make!
I did this.
Taken in Boyer Chute, on top of a small offshoot of the Missouri river that was frozen over. Boyer Chute is just north of Omaha, NE and due East of Fort Calhoun. This was just a little fun with sun flarring with my favorite lens and dualling suns.