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Fiercly Omahan
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I've been wanting to do a huge pano thread for awhile and the extra time of this Memorial Day weekend gave me the chance to do it.

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The Qwest Center. Convention Center and Arena. Home of the
Creighton Bluejays basketball team. The Qwest Center has been in the top 10 grossing arenas in the country every year since it's 2003 opening.








The view from my office at Mutual Of Omaha.
Looking towards Downtown with some eastern Midtown residential areas.













One of my favorite buildings Downtown, The Landmark Center.
I'll find out this week if this will be my new office or not. Great photo ops from the inside. :)





This is from North Downtown
This lot I'm standing in is where the new Royals Baseball stadium will be
and the new home for the Colloge World Series. This is the view from the far
end of the 3rd baseline.






From Miller's Landing. One of my favorite parks DT.
Gallup University is in the foreground. You can see the pedestrian bridge U/C in the far left.





Overlooking the Heartland of America Park
Their are Venice style gondola rides available in the park and big tour boats too.
The fountain is one of the highest in the world at 300'.










From on top of the Redick Hotel.
This is one of my favorite spots to shoot from. You can see why.







From the Kensington Tower (Apts) looking down 16th St.
The Redick Hotel is the gold, art deco building to the right where the above pics were shot from.








From the Kensington looking west towards Park East and Midtown.




These next few are from the Postal Annex which I think has the best view of DT.
Someone wised up and is finally turning these into apartments.
















A few from around where I live. DON'T FORGET TO BE SCROLLING>>> :)







Harney Court Apartments




From Harney Court




My building, the Rorick, and Downtown.
If you go back through this thread you can see my house in quite a few of these pictures.
It will give you a sense of where things are and how far they are from each other.




A few cool pics from my living room window.











And with that I'm spent. This thread took a better part of the day in the making. Enjoy!!!
 

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A lot of my relatives live in Omaha, so the pictures you took are definitely appreciated and of high quality. My dad used to work at the Mutual of Omaha building until he got transferred here to Greenville. :)
 

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Cory
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Question:

how much would one of these units cost??

 
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