Poet, author, ordained minister, and street preacher Charles Cousins selling poetry on the streets of Washington, D.C. I bought one of published works for Naomi while heading to an appointment. His work can be found on his web site nopoetrynopeace.com. Click on the image for a larger view.
The TWA Moonliner IV on the restored TWA Headquarters building in Kansas City, Missouri. The original 76 ft. Moonliner was part of Walt Disney’s 1955 Tomorrowland exhibit. Howard Hughes placed a smaller 22 ft. model on the TWA Headquarters in Kansas City. Both Moonliners were eventually sold, the first model ending in a boneyard and the second being found, restored, and exhibited at National Airline History Museum in Kansas City. The current Moonliner on the restored TWA Headquarters building is a replica of number two. (In 1998, a model III was made for Tomorrowland and stands next to Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port.) 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.
The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Kansas City. It is home to the Kansas City Symphony, the Kansas City Ballet, and the Lyric Opera of Kansas City. Those groups were formerly housed in the Lyric Theater. Click on the image for a larger view.