Some shots of traffic motion through intersections on 47th Street on the Plaza, taken for my traffic signal and intersection photo project for Rhythm Engineering.
One final shot after I finished what I needed of the KCFD parked in front of Barnes and Noble. While I was getting my settings together a huge stream of people went in and out of the doors – and I wanted to get that captured with a motion blur of a couple second shutter opening, but didn’t manage to nab it by the time it happened, so this is what I was left with…
On Monday June 18th, the night I shot my downtown KC aerial photography in my previous post, I also requested of the helicopter pilot to circle us a couple of times around the former West Edge site, now to be called “Plaza Vista” I believe, where JE Dunn is constructing the new 4840 Roanoke building to serve as headquarters for the Polsinelli Shughart law firm.
Another protest this week on Sunday was held near Nichols Fountain on the Plaza against Syria’s Bashar Al-Assad and his government. People from the mideast living in Kansas City have done a good job of holding solidarity protests alongside the overthrow of mid-eastern dictators over the past year.
A protest took place Sunday afternoon (Feb 19 2012) on the Plaza in Kansas City, MO against the corrupt Bashar government in Syria. Widespread atrocities are reported in Syria at present, though it mostly goes unnoticed in the American media.