Hi there! Well, it's Monday and back to the grind. I have some random photography from lately, just bits and pieces into some of the things I've done or seen.
|A view from inside the Desert Dome at the Henry Doorly Zoo.|
Holiday week, I took my kids to the Henry Doorly Zoo. As it was cold, we mainly stuck to the indoor buildings, one of them being the Desert Dome. The structure is impressive.
|The trees in my neighborhood look very dark and grim.|
I shot this one with my Samsung phone.
|The morning sky recently. It looked so serene and beautiful.|
Right before the holidays, I dropped my daughter off to school one morning and was greeted with this sky.
Now, here's where things get cool--for me at least! Remember how I talked about getting a new camera? Well, I got my camera! Nature Girl and I got out this weekend, braving the cold, to test it out, and, man, does it take great photographs.
|The only thing that remains of this famous Omaha restaurant is it's sign.|
|A view of State Street coming off 72nd Street, Omaha, NE.|
|A view of the Missouri River from NP Dodge Park. The floating circles of ice/snow look like frozen lily pads.|
|The Moon during mid-afternoon.|
The moon was perfectly visible when we were out and about, so I figured it would be a great way to test my new camera. I have to say, it's pretty exciting to see such a good quality photograph!
|A large leaf rests gently on top of a light snow layer.|
|A set of stairs linking one area of Hummel Park to another.|
I cannot wait to take lots of photographs with my new Nikon Coolpix L340. In case you're wondering (haha), that's the exact camera I picked out. I also purchased an accessory kit to go with it, so I have a cheap tripod to practice my amateur photography with.
I hope your day is grand!