Nebraska February 22, 2016
22 Sites In Nebraska Will Remind You How Stunning America Truly Is
America is full of some incredible places and impressive things to see. Nebraska’s scenery is no less impressive than the rest of the country; in fact, we have some pretty spectacular views here. These pictures show off just how amazing Nebraska is.
Is there anything more American than this bald eagle just hanging around at Cody Park in North Platte?
A frosty view of the flags at the Higgins Memorial in Columbus.
A partially-frozen Holmes Lake glows pink under a sunset.
These horses in a frosty field are just beyond beautiful.
Rural Nebraska has some of the loveliest sights, like this old barn in Howard County.
The Scotts Bluff monument looks so majestic, doesn't it?
The quiet beauty of rural Nebraska really shines through in this shot taken near Fontanelle, on the Elkhorn River.
An icy Bluestem Lake is warmed a little by a gentle sunset.
A lone tree offers some welcome shade in Sioux County.
Platte River State Park has some great photo opportunities, like this frozen waterfall...
...And the same frozen falls from a different angle and a different time of day.
This old barn is a little slice of Americana.
Lake McConaughy is looking frosty with an ice jam under a winter sunset.
A beautiful country scene: an old barn highlighted a warm sunset.
You'd be hard pressed to find views better than this in America.
This shot south of Lincoln is a broody look at rural America at night.
Johnson lake repeats the many colors above it.
A distant shoreline is outfitted in its autumn colors as the lake reflects the pastel sky.
Our majestic capitol building stands tall in the dusky sky.
This icy shoreline at Branched Oak Lake illustrates how just cold a Nebraska winter can be.
Submitted by Tami DenHartog
Fort Falls has never looked quite so spectacular.
An autumn sun rises gently over the marsh at Fontenelle Forest, ringing in a new day in our little slice of America.
Submitted by Ted Kyster
Whether you’re driving through Nebraska or staying for life, it’s hardly up for debate that we’ve got ourselves one beautiful part of America here. Do you have some amazing pictures of Nebraska? Please share them on our Facebook page!