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Nebraska Showcases a World of Frozen Beauty

Written by Andrea Kelley

The little flurries of snow lately remind me that winter is just around the corner. Some people are not fond of winter, but I think winter can be a photographer’s paradise. I took these pictures after an ice storm. This barn is located north of Litchfield.

This little road is located near Hazard, Nebraska. I took this picture in the morning. However, I liked this area so much I am back in the evening to photograph in this area. I was trying to turn my car around to drive home. However, it was so icy that the front end of my car got stuck on the side of the road and the back end was sticking out like a sore thumb on the highway. It made me nervous because the sun was going down quickly and I could envision a nasty accident happening if I didn’t do something soon. I quickly called my handyman neighbor, who was just six miles down the road. I didn’t have a lot to worry about because I had three different gentleman stop and offer assistance before my neighbor arrived to get my car fully back on the highway.

It is funny to me that some people possibly envision Nebraska as a not the most desirable place to live. That day I thought God had put me on one of the best places on earth. I am thankful for rural Nebraska men who are concerned about helping strangers.

This is the back side of a cemetery gate located near Litchfield, Nebraska. The icicles made it look very beautiful.

About the author

Andrea Kelley

Andrea is a fine art photographer who specialized in taking pictures of classic cars and rural Nebraska landscapes. To see more of her photography visit Pictures Of Nebraska. She also is the founder of a video website called Slideshows For Homes. Andrea helps people create real estate videos to assist them with selling their homes.