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Hello from the dead center of the US lol

TraceyD

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Hey guys!!

I'm TraceyD a 28 yr old woman from a tiny little town in the Nebraska panhandle called Sidney.

I am a photographer and DJ out there and have always been fascinated by Japanese culture and History and huge huge fan of Anime.

I'm sure i'll get to know a few you real well and looking forward to it!!

Love yas
Tracey D
 

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Welcome to JREF!

The only picture I have seen of Nebraska was on the cover of a Bruce Springsteen's album of the same name. I would love it if you can share a little bit of your life in the heartland with us!

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hehe...well I've got lots of piccies of corn HAHAHA...I'm serious I'm at my mom's and this part of Nebraska is nothing but corn!

Sidney is a little more interesting out in the panhandle where there is nothing but Sandhills...seriously the only trees are in town where someone had planted them I"ll get some piccies up.
 

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These are of Omaha, Nebraska and around where my mom lives in Columbus, Nebraska...when I get home I'll get some new edited ones up from around Sidney, Scottsbluff and few other things :D

Tracey D :)
 

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Ashikaga

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Thanks for the great photos! Look as if done by a professional...oh wait..you are. lol

Cornfields, eh? I think they are beautiful. When I think of cornfields, I think of the movies like The Field Of Dreams and The Sign in which they played a big part.

Man! I would LOVE some grilled corn on the cobs right now!
 
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