Showing posts with label Kessler Park. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Kessler Park. 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.


Thursday, November 7, 2019

Indian Mound Trail - Maple Grove

The Indian Mound Trail runs along the bluffs below Gladstone Boulevard between Elmwood and North White...almost all the way to Indian Mound.  It is a fairly easy trail with nine springs along the way.  Maple Grove is below Gladstone at roughly Hardesty... it is all maples and quite beautiful each Fall.






Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Monday, April 15, 2019

Spring In Northeast

First warm and leafy day of the new Spring.  North Terrace Lake on Cliff Drive,  Indian Mound, and Kessler Park with it's great view of the skyline.   







Friday, January 18, 2019

A Walk In The Mist



Impossible to not take photos in the fog... opportunity doesn't arrive that often.  These shots were
                        taken in Kessler Park and on the Concourse and in the Colonnade.  
All shots taken with the Nikon D850 and Nikkor 28-300mm lens.  ASA 500. 



 

 












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.