Posted on December 17, 2018 by Carlee Koehler
Nature. It’s grand mountain valleys, and gusts of wind sweeping through streets past squinty-eyed businessmen. Music. It’s the anchoring drone of a cello and the tune of creaking trees. Mind. Consciousness- it’s in the future and the past; the world of what-if and the realm of what’s-it-like. The energy of them […]
Posted on May 15, 2015 by Peter Stegen
Here at the international headquarters of the Platte Basin Timelapse project in Lincoln, Nebraska, there are times when unplanned or unexpected things happen. When those unplanned or unexpected things are too good to resist we document them. Take for example last Thursday (May 7, 2015). The Lincoln airport reported 6.65 inches of rain, which may not sound like […]
Posted on October 17, 2014 by Mariah Lundgren
My first experience at Wilderness Park is one I will never forget. Roughly four autumns ago, a couple of my friends asked me if I wanted to join them on a day adventure at the park. I assumed that we were going to a park where there would be picnic benches, freshly cut grass, and […]
Posted on August 16, 2013 by Steven Speicher
Many would assume Little Salt Creek to be little more than a small stream for water to run through with no more than the occasional duck along it. Though it lies only a few yards from a gravel road, which frequently growls with single car traffic through the mornings and afternoon, it is filled with a more life than I could have guessed.