Wednesday, April 04, 2007

The many angles of Lanette

There's a lonnnng old railroad bridge south of Kearney that runs over the Platte, and it serves for a half-good place to view the cranes roosting at sunset. (They tend to stay several hundred yards back, since people who hang out on the bridge to look at the cranes don't realize they have to be very, very quiet to not freak the birds out.) Anyhow, I was showing the bridge to Lanette in the afternoon, since I was planning on coming back there later that evening for the sunset. Of course, this bridge is also a great place for portraits; I've done a couple of senior picture shoots here. Here's a few shots of Lanette. :) Click to enlarge.

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