September 23, 2019 at 4:55 am (fine art photography) (, )

When I saw the photo of the Museum at Prairiefire in Overland Park, Kansas in the tourist book at the Marriott, I knew I had to visit. The dichroic glass, the extra-vibrant colors, the patterns – it was all so absolutely enticing. I never made it inside the museum, though, since I arrived near closing time, but it was the exterior I was in love with. It was designed to simulate the natural prairie fires that kept prairies healthy. Sadly, very little of the original prairie is left in America. I walked all the way around the museum, and here is my collage.

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RIP Two Venerable Seattle Icons

September 22, 2019 at 5:25 pm (Seattle)

Seattle, WA Cityscape from Bremerton Ferry

I lived 18 years in Tacoma, Washington, and I travel back to the area every few years to visit family. I’m amazed at the massive increase in population and cost of living there, especially in Seattle. It’s been strange seeing the Kingdome replaced awhile back, and the Tacoma Narrows Bridge with two spans. Now the Alaskan Way Viaduct is being torn apart as the tunnel replacing it is nearing completion. RIP Viaduct.

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Kansas City Zoo

September 22, 2019 at 3:54 pm (Bird photography, Butterflies, Nature, Nature photography, Photography, Uncategorized, Zoos)

Lorikeet at Kansas City Zoo

Wow. I’ve let three months go by without a single blog post. It’s been a busy summer. Gone visiting family in Seattle, and mandatory training in Kansas City. Then catching up, lounging around, binge-watching TV shows and movies. So these next posts will be light on text as I catch up on my adventures.

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