Anything we do outside stands out in our minds when cast against a white background. We marvel at how blue the sky looks after a fresh fallen snow, and how every species of wildlife walking the fringes of our lives seemingly stand out for all to see.
A White Background
We marvel at how blue the sky looks after a fresh fallen snow, and how every species of wildlife walking the fringes of our lives seemingly stand out for all to see. Anything we do outside stands out in our minds when cast against a white background.
Hoarfrost formed by steam fog rising from Lake McConaughycoats the south shore of the lake on a cold winter morning. Eric Fowler/NEBRASKAland Magazine[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/winter-in-nebraska/thumbs/thumbs_jk-1-14-11_75.jpg]370Sarpy County
Turkey tracks in Sarpy County snow.Jeff Kurrus/NEBRASKAland Magazine[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/winter-in-nebraska/thumbs/thumbs_jg_20120223_156.jpg]400 Lake Maloney SRA
A group enjoys sledding Lake Maloney SRA near North Platte.Julie Geiser/NEBRASKAland Magazine[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/winter-in-nebraska/thumbs/thumbs_ef20120302_245_112016.jpg]390Raptor Recovery Nebraska
A snowy owl rests on a perch in a flight pen at Raptor Recovery Nebraska near Elmwood, awaiting its return to the wild after rehabilitation.Eric Fowler/NEBRASKAland Magazine[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/winter-in-nebraska/thumbs/thumbs_cang24_bg0001_01_111536.jpg]370North Platte River
Hoarfrost created by fog and freezing temperatures paints a glistening background along the North Platte River in Scotts Bluff County as a flock of Canada geese take to the air.NEBRASKAland Magazine[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/winter-in-nebraska/thumbs/thumbs_rh_epv0019_112022.jpg]310North Platte
Ice covers a foxtail seed head after an early winter storm strikes the North Platte area. Rock Hoffman/NEBRASKAland Magazine[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/winter-in-nebraska/thumbs/thumbs_bg_crw_1030_111532.jpg]350 West Ash Creek
Low-hanging snow clouds create soft, glowing light ideal for revealing nature's beauty in the Pine Ridge along West Ash Creek in Dawes County.Bob Grier/NEBRASKAland Magazine[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/winter-in-nebraska/thumbs/thumbs_jn20130222_053.jpg]300Pierce County
The Polt family tubing behind an ATV in Pierce County.Jenny Nguyen/NEBRASKAland Magazine