Monday was our 13th Anniversary. For our special day, we decided to take a jaunt to Kansas City and visit the National WWI Museum at Liberty Memorial. If you have never had the chance to go, it is definitely interesting. Part of the tour allows visitors to go to the top of the memorial and look down on Kansas City. The view was spectacular! I took this photo looking north towards the downtown area. I hope you all enjoy!
Kansas City from Liberty Memorial
A few weeks ago I was out in Western Kansas on a trip. Just south of Quinter, Kansas, is a chalk formation called “Castle Rock”. All around it are these formations, which made for an interesting view with the clouds in the sky. I immediately thought of Black and White for this photo, because it really looked post-apocalyptic to me. The contrast was amazing, and with the clouds, it really has a sinister feel to it. Each shadow really stands out, giving great texture to the formations. Hope you all enjoy this photo!
Castle Rock Wasteland B&W
Last weekend my wife and I went to Oklahoma City for some friends’ wedding. While there, we spent one morning going out to some museums that I remember visiting with my Grandpa when I was much younger. While at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, this flower really stood out to me. It was a rather overcast morning, but when I approached this lone flower, the sun came out and really made this one pop in the light. I hope you all enjoy!
Bright Flower in the Sun
Storms are a foreshadowing of what is to come. Rain. Wind, and Lightning. Nourishment. Cooler weather. Whatever you see, the storms are each of these things, and all of them together. Just hold on to your hat, because here in Kansas, you never know what will really happen until afterwards.
Thunderstorm at Sunset
So this is my 100th post. Hard to believe it for me, but it’s been an amazing journey so far. Can’t wait to see what the next 100 posts will be like.
The past few days I was out in western Kansas (Liberal, to be exact). There were some amazing storms that rolled through the area, and I got some great photos. Good to have to future reference, of course. This one I thought would be fitting, since my first photo post on my blog was a Sunflower field. This lone sunflower looked amazing against the building storm, rain, and sunset. I hope you all enjoy!
Sunflower Before the Storm