Seeing as I have this shiny new website and photoblog now, I was rather weary of having no new content, yet again. Therefore as we all consigned this year’s Fourth as a rain-out, I hobbled around one of my favorite areas of downtown KCMO for awhile, around midnight. This shot was five minutes before the Independence Day ended last night. Anywho, something was necessary to keep occupied. I must opine that I’m afraid my other shots were all of the rubbish variety, as it was like a sauna outside and I failed to bring along any of those cloths you wipe your lenses with. I’m ordering a large supply of those very soon.

Enough rambling, onto the subject matter at hand – In the middle of this fisheye view are the 21 Ten Condos, at one time a one story building of the New England National Bank, sitting across the street from the Downtown Library at 9th and Baltimore. I may have rhapsodized over this former personal horror before, but I was caught up in an employment of some sort in the City Center Square building five years ago, and every day I had a clear view of the backside of this building. That wasn’t what was bad about that employment though. Actually the view was lovely.

Note on this afore-mentioned new photoblog and website: most of my ducks are now in a row, though there are a few small things I’ve still yet to make correct. Soon to come, with luck. It never worked out between myself and the old site.

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