So we traveled to Omaha to visit my mom and I managed to shoot a couple lousy photos. Not sure why I was so interested in filling the frame with the boring sky. This one reminds me of a joke my dad would often tell when we drove past large construction projects. What’s the state bird of Nebraska?
apartments on the plains. . . reminds me of a Bill Amundson doodle (Denver artist).
because of decreasing buffalo populations . . plastic is now the go-to material for making teepees
don’t worry about rising ocean temperatures… in the middle of Nebraska, people are working hard at SAVING THE REEF
penguin on a fake rock… and a smug puffin in background… a situation that can only happen in a zoo in nebraska since puffins live in the northern hemisphere and penguins in the southern hemisphere…
The fenced-in sky of the Omaha Zoo aviary. I didn’t see many birds. Either the zoo is restocking or the birds found an escape tunnel.
Elevated wooden walkways are perfect for “nature.” They separate the humans, lifting them above the muck so they don’t get their shoes dirty.
To alleviate the fears of the humans, the Omaha zoo boasts about the strength of their gorilla glass.
Nice fake tree at Omaha zoo. In the bottom right corner is a gorilla reading the newspaper.
the elusive snow leopard is much less elusive… in front of a slate wall
Preparing for climate change… the Omaha Zoo created the world’s largest indoor desert