Earlier this week I dropped off some old computer parts at the Surplus Exchange recycling place in the West Bottoms under I-70 – and a couple days later I went back for photos figuring something could be done as far as photos go. For these I used just my telephoto lens, instead of my frequent wide angle and fisheye shots.
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.
Other shots from the top of that Crossroads parking garage I mentioned the other day – I did a few shots there two or three weeks back with the wide angle lens and this time went back to use the telephoto aimed at the Kauffman Center. These two other shots here I nabbed in between and after getting that shot.