I spent an abnormal amount of time shooting this past Saturday, so I’m dumping 27 photos on to the blog all at once.
In protest of Kansas Senate Bill 79 – the anti-Sharia law bill, a protest took place on the Plaza –
Interior of Boozefish Wine Bar on Westport Road –
View of downtown and the Crossroads from Liberty Memorial –
View of Switzer School/West Junior High on Summit Street in the West Side, taken from Liberty Memorial –
Union Station waiting hall –
Pedestrian bridge between Union Station and Freighthouse –
Union Station exterior up close –
Highway loop and intersections along Truman Road downtown –
On top of the garage at 18th and Main, downtown Kansas City, Missouri.
18th and Holmes is a fairly unassuming and non-descript intersection but after stopping and parking there I thought it worked out pretty well. Near the end I climbed to a second-floor exit to get some elevated shots. Three lenses used for this post. Also, I need to update the aesthetics and presentation of this blog, it’s getting a little stale. Hopefully that will be coming in the not too distant future.
Shots I took Wednesday and Thursday nights – first of some streetscape improvements between 39th and 43rd and Main, Kansas City MO.
Then some shots taken from the community garden at 18th and Broadway on Thursday evening.
Last one is a telephoto shot taken from the garden looking towards some lofts in the Crossroads District with Crown Center buildings in the background.