I’ve been meaning to post this for weeks now, but things got busy. We had new siding put on our house in mid-February. It was supposed to be done in plenty of time before our baby arrived, but she had other plans. So we brought her home to workers banging on the side of the house for a couple of days. Luckily, it bothered me more than her. Here’s the final result…please excuse the shadows on the “after” photo. Next up: a painted front door and landscaping.
During our Thanksgiving trip to Denver last week, we went to the downtown lighting ceremony and walked around the nearby shops while admiring the Christmas lights. The Denver event is nothing like the Country Club Plaza lighting in Kansas City in terms of scale, beauty, and crowds, but I actually enjoyed the low-key evening. It was picture-perfect, don’t you think?
After a lot of careful consideration, I chose these three photos from our trip to Italy for our canvas art in our newly renovated dining room. Tomorrow is the big reveal! (Before, during, and after photos of our dining room.) Can you guess which three cities these photos are from?
Can you name this beautiful structure? I visited it yesterday and got some gorgeous photos of the surrounding area, which I’ll be sharing over the next several days. Aren’t you in suspense now?
I’ve been team captain for our Relay For Life team for several years, so I’m constantly trying to come up with creative fundraisers. Last year I decided to try my hand at selling photographic prints, and I raised about $250 with that fundraiser. Not too bad! Naturally I want to beat that number this year. If you like my photography, please consider purchasing a photographic print. You can pick one of the Kansas City photos below, or you can pick any photo from my blog. Visit etsy.com to place an order. And if you don’t want a print but you still hate cancer, the American Cancer Society and I will happily accept donations to Relay For Life. Thank you for your continued support!
Here is another shot of the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. Which photo do you like better – yesterday’s or today’s?
I took a walk with my camera today and happened upon some interesting artwork near the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Kansas City. What do you think of it?
I drive across this bridge every day, but not every often do I get to admire its architecture from this angle.
I snapped a few photos earlier this week of the Kansas City skyline from the downtown airport. This is one of my favorites, because a plane was taking off at just the right moment.