Every weekend, a farmer’s market is held in the aptly named River Market neighborhood of Kansas City. Along with a large selection of food, many come to sell an eclectic mix of goods: plants, handmade soap, jewelry, and antiques. Click on the image for a larger view.
The weather can be dramatic in the spring in Kansas City. After a day of rain and fog, the storm broke at sunset. The water in the distance is the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri rivers. Click on the image for a larger view.
Kansas City celebrates the first Friday of every month by holding an art festival in its Crossroads district. Galleries are open to the public. Performers and musicians are on the streets. And three blocks are closed for rows of food trucks. Kansas City barbecue, the local delicacy, is represented heavily on the menu. Click on the image for a larger view.
Kansas City is blessed with flowering trees. The season starts in April and ends by May. This stereo pair can be viewed by crossing your eyes to merge the left and right images, similar to the other stereo pairs we have shown before. Click on the image for a larger view.
In Maine, we would wash our car at home. Living in the city makes that a bit difficult and so we went to a car wash for the first time in a long time. Well, it was quite a show! I expected the brushes and soap, but not the colors. Click on the image for a larger view.
Life in Kansas City is very different from the one in Maine. We live hundreds of feet above the ground. In some ways our landscape is static and removed, filled with immovable buildings and shielded by glass. Yet, the sun and weather constantly modifying that. Like a nest, our habitat is at once within and outside this city. Click on the image for a larger view.