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Daykin, NE

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Daykin Immanuel Church 1888 Families of German Lutherans in northwestern Jefferson County were served by churches in Tobias and Hoag until they organized their own congregation at Daykin in 1891. The first resident pastor arrived from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, in 1893. The following year the congregation joined the Missouri Synod of the Lutheran Church. The fist church building was constructed on seven acres of land donated by Fred Jarchow. In 1910 a new building was dedicated and the original church served the congregation for a variety of purposes, including that of a day school, until it was sold in 1950. During the 1920s services began to be conducted in the English language, and the use of German was slowly abandoned in worship. https://www.princeton.edu/~achaney/tmve/wiki100k/docs/Daykin,_Nebraska.html Rural America Old Church Germans History Through The Lens
color version of the previous photo... while i was taking this my wife mentioned it smells like goose poop here. Smell You Later Birds Taking Photos On The Road Photography Rural Scenes Color Photography Where Do You Swarm? Check This Out From My Point Of View
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Daykin is known as the "Windmill Town". In the 1930s Daykin was featured in Ripley's Believe It or Not, as having more windmills per capita than any other town in Nebraska. In 1949, a water tower was built. It replaced all but one windmill, which now stands on the lawn in front of the Daykin Community Building as reminder of Daykin's history. https://www.princeton.edu/~achaney/tmve/wiki100k/docs/Daykin,_Nebraska.html Windmill Rural America History Through The Lens  Taking Photos
Watching huge flocks of Snow Geese swirl down from the sky, amid a cacophony of honking, is a little like standing inside a snow globe. These loud, white-and-black geese can cover the ground in a snowy blanket as they eat their way across fallow cornfields or wetlands. Among them, you might see a dark form with a white head—a color variant called the “Blue Goose.” Snow Geese have skyrocketed in numbers and are now among the most abundant waterfowl on the continent. Taking Photos Snow Geese Watching Birds From My Point Of View Check This Out A Day In The Life Old Camera On The Road Flying High Clouds And Sky
shooting with broken nikon55-200vr it has become my lomo lens. = Lomographic aesthetic Similar to Eastman Kodak's concept of the "Kodak moment", the philosophy behind Lomography is summarized in its motto, "Don’t Think, Just Shoot." This motto is accompanied by The Ten Golden Rules which are supposed to encourage spontaneity and the taking of photographs anywhere, while minimizing considerations of formal technique. Typical Lomography cameras are deliberately low-fidelity and of simple construction. Some cameras make use of multiple lenses and rainbow-colored flashes; some exhibit extreme optical distortions and light leaks. The intention of the lomographic style is one of acceptance of such deficiencies in order to create images with a unique character. Typical of lomography are images with high-contrast and with unusual saturation and color that were created using the technique called cross processing in which film intended for developing in slide chemistry (E-6) is processed in photographic negative chemistry (C-41), and vice versa. This technique can be employed with any film camera and can be somewhat mimicked with photo-editing software such as GIMP or Photoshop. However the use of digital manipulation to create this effect goes somewhat against the principles of Lomography. Taking Photos Lomo Style Old Camera Photography A Day In The Life Rural Scenes Check This Out From My Point Of View Watching Birds Snow Geese
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Neighbor installing new center pivot irrigation because on Mothers Day a tornado took his out. http://www.livinghistoryfarm.org/farminginthe50s/water_05.html Rural America Farm Life Water_collection My Neighborhood
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Snow Goose White morph flock. Often seen in huge flocks Stocky and short-neckedBright white overall with black wing-tips Ornithology  Birds Snow Geese Look Up And Thrive Where Do You Swarm? From My Point Of View Rural America Check This Out Monochrome Photography
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The Snow Goose is a white-bodied goose with black wingtips that are barely visible on the ground but noticeable in flight. The pink bill has a dark line along it, often called a "grinning patch" or "black lips." You may also see dark morph Snow Geese, or "Blue Geese," with a white face, dark brown body, and white under the tail. Color Photography Old Camera Farm Life Rural Scenes EyeEm Birds Rural America From My Point Of View Check This Out Snow Geese Flying High
Snow Geese adapted quickly to use agricultural fields, which is one reason their populations are doing so well. During winter and migration, look for them in plowed cornfields or wetlands. Also check lakes, ponds, and marshes where they roost and bathe along shorelines and in open water. Snow Geese breed on Arctic tundra. Taking Photos Watching Birds Rural America Check This Out Old Camera From My Point Of View On The Road Snow Geese Clouds And Sky No Edit No Fun
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Snow Geese don’t like to travel without the company of another couple dozen geese and can form flocks of several hundred thousand. Family groups forage together on wintering grounds, digging up roots and tubers from muddy fields and marshes. In flight, they are steady on the wing with even wingbeats. Taking Photos Blue Sky Sky And Clouds Snow Geese Old Camera No Edit No Fun Rural America Color Photography Photography Flying High
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