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Kansas City Zoomed in Skyline

 

Along Roanoke, West Plaza.

Kansas City Snow

 

Snowman.

 

Snowman

 

Residential.

 

Kansas City Snow

 

Deadly Intersection.

Kansas City Intersection

 

Residential & Plaza Vista

 

Kansas City Snow

 

 

Ward Parkway & Roanoke.

 

Kansas City Snow

Kansas City Snow

Kansas City Snow

Kansas City Snow

 

Site of JJ’s, where a gas explosion destroyed the restaurant recently.

 

Restaurant formerly known as JJ's

Restaurant formerly known as JJ's

 

Prepping to go on air for Channel 9, Michael Mahoney and Lasaro Abalos (@heycameraman).

 

Channel 9

 

Staircase along Belleview.

 

Staircase

 

Roanoke & Belleview.

Kansas City Snow

February 27, 2011, Theis Park, Kansas City MO

On Sunday Feb. 27 – the day with all the snow, fog, and thunderstorms, I caught this strange snow formation at Theis Park across from the Nelson Atkins Museum along the banks of Brush Creek. Correct me if I’m wrong but in the time I spent there with the camera on the tripod, it looked like I could see the tides of Brush Creek receding back in to where the water is actually supposed to be contained. Prior to that it was overflowing into a low-lying portion of the park by the creek. I thought the snow arrangement here yielded a bit of visual shape.

Kauffman Center Construction With Snow

It’s winter and that means it’s the worst time of the year in Kansas City. Nevertheless I had to get out and take a photo of the Kauffman Center with the snow. I ended up going back to a familiar spot, at the Convention Center Ballroom sculpture area where I took this photo back in the summer. Truthfully I think the first one taken with my older camera is more interesting, but here I added snow. So, yeah.

Snow with the Flags

After leaving work on the southern part of the Plaza on Monday afternoon I trudged vehicularly in the snow past the pedestrian bridge with all the national flags of Kansas City’s designated sister cities. When I got home I eventually grabbed the camera bag and went back just for a type of shot like how this kind of came out. I had something fairly close in mind anyway. It seems like every winter or snowstorm I end up taking a pic or two on or around this pedestrian bridge over Brush Creek.