LENS

July 9, 2019

America’s Heartland: 27th – 30th June

Filed under: Uncategorized — wally426 @ 7:20 pm

Downtown Omaha – The heat kept pretty much everyone off the streets. It was hot, melt-your-soles hot, so throngs of people congregated in the restaurants and bars. While most of the infrastructure appeared to be abandoned or vacant, the stores and restaurants that were operational had a friendly, laid-back, progressive vibe to them.

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Law Office

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Nebraska Public

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Old Co-ops on the hill

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Some would imagine Nebraska to be flat, but it was quite the contrary

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11 Worth, one of the better breakfasts you’ll have in the city

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As with many towns in the Midwest that thrive on farming, there is a healthy population of Central American residents as well.

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Cornhuskitti

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An addict stops for a break on Leavenworth Street

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Prettying up the place…

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16th Street looking East

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Old factory town

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Post and beam

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Driving south through Iowa into Missouri, the devastation from this past Spring’s flooding was still present. A mix of heavy storms and meltwater caused billions of dollars in damage. Most areas along route 29 were still impassable.

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Out on the backroads..

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Down the line

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Woundmill

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Abandoned farmhouse

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Kansas border

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Albany homestead, KS

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Luckery

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Northsiders

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Row’n

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Holy day

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