Elmwood Park on Sunday, December 4, was well coated with snow that had fallen the previous day and through the night. Snow clung to everything (as you can see in the holiday lights series previously posted here). Sunday morning my husband and I bundled up, grabbed cameras and drove to the park to take a look. Elmwood Park was founded in 1889. It began as 55 acres, eventually grew to 208 acres, and is now located in the middle of the city. A noted landscape architect of the time, Horace Cleveland, had suggested this park as a place to refresh the senses far from the lights and sounds of the city. It continues to offer respite, though traffic flows through a central roadway and the landscape is on the southern edge of University of Nebraska--Omaha's campus. We have had no snow since that day, so this is fun to look back on.
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