Showing posts with label Kansas City Museum. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Kansas City Museum. Show all posts

Saturday, October 17, 2020

The Day Of The Dead - Kansas City Museum

This years Day of the Dead at the Kansas City Museum didn't disappoint.   Well done, and accompanied by a wonderful sunset.   Social distancing required advance registration for the event and all slots are reserved already. 


Thursday, September 17, 2020

The Views Are Always There

 All four shots were taken from the same 20-square-foot area on the westside of the Kansas City Museum on Walrond.  Above, looking into the sunset with Kessler Park in the foreground.  Below, skyline from the same (close) spot. 

                       Kansas City Museum, Corintian Hall. Above and below.  Wonderful details.

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Sunday, April 7, 2019

Spring Is Sprunging

                      A few images from Historic Northeast as Spring 2019 is underway.

 Two homes above and below on Gladstone Boulevard. 

The Kansas City Museum fence has seen 119 Springs come and go. 

 The Magnolias are much healthier this year than last.  Last year's weather was awful for them. 

 Below, one of the homes behind the Museum . 

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Crystal Morning

Ventured out early for some snow scenes.   Ended up just walking around the KC Museum.  Roads were too slick for anymore travel.  Walking was fine and the area looked beautiful 

                                                           Above, the skyline was fogged in.
                                                         Below,  Kessler Park looked amazing.


                                                              The Museum always looks good.

Snowy homes. 

Sunday, January 6, 2019

A Walk In The Woods

 Began the trek on the Indian Mound Trail... runs below Gladstone Boulevard from Cliff Drive to one block short of Indian Mound.

Above, Picnic Rock shows the tenacity of nature...paper, scissors, tree, rock.  I named it Picnic Rock because that's where Kelly and I would stop for lunch on our hikes.  It was flatter then.  Below, the Four Sisters.

 Finished up the walk by the Kansas City Museum.  The sun was setting.  Makes for long shadows and dramatic pix.