Showing posts with label Sigma 8-16mm lens. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sigma 8-16mm lens. Show all posts

Monday, August 14, 2017

Hyde Park Gem

Built in 1909 this home has been completely renovated.  And is quite charming.  Being in Hyde Park is a great bonus.

 3918 Cambell   http://www.reecenichols.com/homes-for-sale/3918-CAMPBELL-Street-Kansas-City-MO-64110-211066192  A perfect example of how an older home can be brought up to date without losing it's original style. 































Saturday, August 5, 2017

Going, Going......

Sad.  I was shooting a renovated 1800s home out south and then came home just to drive by this.... above, the Colonial Apartments... below, the destruction of the Colonial Apartments courtesy of a shameful deal created by the Neighborhood Association and a bully of an institution of higher learning.  A hundred years and an historic district meant nothing.
 Those below are next.





Sunday, January 29, 2017

Missouri River At Florissant

                                    On the bank of the Missouri River at Florissant.
                          From the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River.   Florissant, Missouri.

Friday, January 6, 2017

Lookin' All Shiny For Ninety

 Currently on display at the Kansas City Museum this fully restored Ahrens Fox MS4 pumper from 1927.  It was one of ten pumpers, 4 aerials and 6 hose wagons purchased by Kansas City in 1927.  It, along with other fascinating historical fire department memorabilia will be on display through March 25th... there is no admission charge. http://kcmo.gov/kansascitymuseum/


 998 CU in Ahrens Fox 6 cylinder T head engine.  100 horsepower.    Could pump 750 gallons per minute.