Zorinsky Lake In Winter

On our recent day-trip to Zorinsky Lake, Omaha , we got the opportunity to enjoy the sunshine while admiring the nature’s beauty. Temperature is on continuous decline and especially after few snow-storms, a day full of sunshine is nothing less than a blessing. Our only activity is within the apartment which is daily step goal…

Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge

Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge is 910 meter walk-bridge across Missouri River which connects Omaha, Nebraska to Council Bluffs, Iowa. Bridge is very popular among tourists and local residents. We have been there multiple times, my most recent visit was 2 weeks back. Place is very lively, always full of crowd. Cyclists and pedestrians can be…

Zorinsky Lake – Best Sunset View In Omaha

It’s been a while, since I spent some time in Nature. My balcony is the only place, where I can breathe some fresh air. I love watching those birds fighting, playing and feeding in my balcony. Just because of them, I am able to feel connected to the Nature somehow. This Saturday, I finally decided…

August Through My Lenses

One more down ! Four more to go. August was crucial month for me, as I was able to return to U.S. after spending nearly 5 months in India. This was the month, when things came back to normal, be it ease in lock-down or flights operations. I spent first week in Mumbai and rest…

A Day At Omaha Zoo

Last weekend I went to zoo as I had zoo pass (from the library) and temperature was also good(+11 degree). Wanted to make this day memorable and I really love to be around animals (Don’t support captivity though). Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium is famous for its structure and large number of species in…

Christmas in Aksarben

Christmas is at the door and atmosphere is full of lights, happiness and decorations in Aksarben, Omaha. Main attraction of the area is glittering giving the shape of Christmas tree to Stinson park’s landmark. Aksarben opposite of “Nebraska”, is always lively and in festive mood. If you never been here, spend at least an evening…