The deteriorating Tower of the Four Winds in Black Elk-Neihardt Park has been restored to its original beauty.
Harsh weather throughout Nebraska has made conditions along the Platte river between Grand Island and Kearney less than ideal for both cranes and humans who flock to see them.
Joshua Tree National Park is particularly striking in Spring when many of the succulents are in bloom and the weather is cool. Unless you are a music concert fan, I would stay well away from the park and surrounding area in mid April during the Coachella Music and Arts Festival.
From Optimist Park on the bank of the Missouri River to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, these are a few of my favorite places.
Argo and Elkhorn dormitory halls on the former Dana Campus were razed in late October and the first week in December. The halls were built in 1920 and 1922.
Anyone who grew up watching John Ford and John Wayne westerns will find the sights of Monument Valley, Valley of the Gods, and Southwest Utah familiar.
During March and Early April, the Platte river valley between Grand Island and Kearney is the staging area for the spring migration of sandhill cranes – one of the last great migrations in North America. At dusk faint cries and chatter get louder and louder as the sky fills with wave after wave of birdsContinue reading “Sandhill Crane migration March, 2018”
A blizzard of snow geese took up temporary residence at DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge early last March as the ice melted away on the lake. Thousands of human visitors, as well descended on the refuge to see the spectacle.
The images in this project were achieved by photographing illuminated glass negatives and then digitally reversing the images from negatives to positives. All of the glass negatives, to my knowledge were made by my grandfather Joseph M. Burns from the late 1800’s until around 1911. Many of these images were taken of Burns’ family andContinue reading “Heirloom”