by Dave | Apr 16, 2015 | Architecture, Black and WhitePlainville, Kansas
by Dave | Jul 27, 2012 | ArchitectureWabaunsee County Lake, Kansas – Lake-cooled breezes promise a retreat from the heat at the end of a staircase down the steep banks of Wabaunsee Lake. Cheryl and I spent a weekend hiding out at one of Jim Woodward’s rental cabins.
by Dave | Sep 14, 2010 | ArchitectureKansas City, Mo
by Dave | Jul 27, 2010 | Architecture, Black and WhiteKansas City, Missouri
by Dave | May 3, 2010 | ArchitectureGirard, Kansas – 2nd floor windows – Architect: Tonini and Bramblet 3rd floor windows
by Dave | Apr 7, 2010 | Architecture, ArtifactsChanute, Kansas – I like the muted colors and fogged windows of this retired industrial building, on Grant Avenue near the railroad tracks.
by Dave | Mar 7, 2010 | Architecture, CityscapesChanute, Kansas – Found on the west side of the railroad tracks. I assume the inside is fancy. This is part of complex of buildings that look like a retired roundhouse area, or some other industrial site.
by Dave | Aug 15, 2009 | ArchitectureTopeka, Kansas – The All Veteran’s Memorial is across the street from the well-maintained Great Overland Station. The 1927 Union Pacific station doesn’t serve railroad passengers anymore, but hosts tours and a variety of activities. And, of course,...
by Dave | Jul 21, 2009 | Architecture, Black and WhiteBuilt in 1908, this is another magnificent courthouse by architect George Washburn.
by Dave | May 14, 2009 | Architecture, Black and White, EquivalenceCrescent Hotel, Eureka Springs, Arkansas – It’s a simple photo that I find very calming. The openess and light, the freshness of the large empty table, does nice things in my brain, and helps get me ready for the possibilities a new day will bring.