Bill Frake’s “The Nebraska Project” Printed on Red River Paper

Nebraska is a place of cowboys and poets, buffalo and meadowlarks.


It’s a tapestry of land harnessed to be bountiful. A place that helps feed the world.

Mother Nature makes you earn your fun in the cornhusker state. Huge temperature swings, vast differences in topography, a wind that is unrelenting. She made up for it with beautiful scenes, more miles of river than any other state, and vistas that stretch on forever.

Nebraska Project - Bill Frakes

So many times, we’ve heard people disparaging one of America’s great treasures, dubbing it a “fly-over state.” If they took their time, looked around slowly, and stopped to enjoy the good life they would find an American oasis filled with kind, generous, courteous people and abundant natural beauty.

Nebraska is the spacious skies. It is the amber waves of grain. Join us in preserving the stories from America’s majestic frontier.

The Nebraska Project - Bill Frakes

Bill chose 75lb. Arctic Polar Luster and 96lb. Pecos River Gloss Magna for his prints and post cards.  All are printed on the Epson 3880 using Red River’s custom profiles.

Author: Red River Paper

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    • I know. I grew up in those windswept plains. Their beauty is insidious; a quiet grandeur one must contemplate.
      Thank you for your beautiful images.

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