Nebraska Through the Lens

March 2, 2018 alyssa baldridge

Nebraska Through The Lens, an online community of photographers started by Steve Evans and Jonathan Wagner Jr., was formed in 2016 and has become the go-to for Nebraska-based photographers showcasing their work.

The Facebook group, who can be found by searching “Nebraska through the lens,” features thousands of images of Nebraska and has more than 132,000 members. Images range from landscapes and wildlife to trail cam images and Americana. As long as the photograph was taken in Nebraska, it can find a home on their page.

To post your own images, visit this group on Facebook (don’t forget to follow NEBRASKAland Magazine on Facebook or Insta while you’re at it!). Until then, enjoy the small collection of the beautiful Nebraska images they have produced below.

Julie Hudson of Omaha shot this image of the Holy Family Shrine south of Gretna in Sarpy County. Bill Garbez of Crescent, Iowa, shot this image the day after M’s Pub burned in downtown Omaha. Krista Skarin photographed this Star of Siam tropical water lily at Sunken Gardens in Lincoln. Casey Mitchell shared this five-shot, bracketed photo of a crib in southwestern Lancaster County. Casey Mitchell also submitted this image entitled “The Lonely Bobber” on a private lake near Bennet in Lancaster County. Yankee HIll Lake in Lancaster County was the subject for Lincoln photographer Casey Mitchell’s “Summer Dreams” image. Allen Olson of Holdrege photographed this flock of turkeys in Franklin County. Derrill Grabenstein of Lincoln shared this image of a sunset center pivot near Cortland in Gage County.

Follow NEBRASKAland Magazine and Nebraska Through the Lens on Facebook today to add a dose of stunning photography to your days.

Want to see more? View additional captivating posts from the group below!

It is estimated that there are about 600,000 snow geese,resting and feeding on there flight north to Canada, at the DeSoto Wild Life Refuge. It’s mesmerizing to watch them.

Posted by Harriet Thorsen Waite on Thursday, March 1, 2018

Happy 151st birthday Nebraska!This is a vertorama I made of the Capital building in Lincoln.

Posted by Joel BO Jones on Thursday, March 1, 2018

Reflection of a Winter Sunrise

Posted by Brenda Martin on Saturday, February 24, 2018

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