Stopping by the Siouxland’s Adams Museum, Ponca, NE

31 Mar

As I plan future classes for some of the photography courses I teach through a Lifelong Learning program at a local community college, I like to visit places in Siouxland where I will take people prior to actually scheduling an outing. Sometimes places I have previously visited have changed and I try to know about surprises in advance. Recently I stopped by the Adams Museum in Ponca, NE while taking a drive out that way. The museum was closed when I stopped by but still afforded me an opportunity to shoot photo that I was happy with in a couple of respects. I love light and shadow and the interplay of the two working together, and I also was happy to see the sunshine again. With winter storms still passing through Siouxland and bringing still a little more snow and hopefully more rain, the sunshine was a nice guest appearance until Ol’ Man Winter moves on.

Jerry Mennenga

Sioux City, Iowa

A shadow of the entrance gate to the Adams House Museum in Ponca, Nebraska Thursday, March 22, 2018. (Photo by Jerry L Mennenga©)

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