Foliage and tree photos along Cliff Drive Tuesday evening. I’ve noticed a few fall photos cropping up from other photographers so I figured if I’m going to get any I’d better head out soon, but it looks like at least half of everything is either dead or still green, so there’s not a whole lot to work with this year possibly because of the drought.
I haven’t been updating very frequently on this blog as I’ve been pretty busy with other things going on, and it kind of feels nice to take a break from it too sometimes.
Photo at the Nelson Atkins Museum in Kansas City on Tuesday, Nov. 16. Two or three times I’ve ambled around trying to get one or two decent fall shots this year, finally settling on this one. As I’ve noted, I’ll be having a gallery show and sale coming up Friday, December 3rd, and my gallery dude over at The Hook in Westport said I should make a point to get a fall foliage photo to include with the other stuff on the wall – which will be an assortment of Kansas City skyline scenes, Kauffman Center progression, and Plaza Lights shots in keeping with the time of year. Basically a big replenishing my outdated stock at The Hook.
Like I noted in my Tuesday posting, come by the show if you’re looking for something to see or some shots to buy. The Hook Gallery is located in Westport near Californos and Murray’s, in the “Horseshoe” area of retail shops at 4120 Pennsylvania, KCMO (map).