Time exposure of the Christopher S. Bond Bridge over the Missouri River in Kansas City, Lit with red gels for the Kansas City Chiefs/Tennessee Titans playoff game, Saturday, January 6th, 2018. Taken at twilight from the middle of the bridge during Friday night rush hour. The high lines against the cabling of the bridge are commercial buses and trucks, the low headlight and taillight trails are from cars going by.
The Giralda Tower on the Country Club Plaza is lit in blue against a Royal blue evening to celebrate the Kansas City Royals participation in the American League Division Series against the Houston Astros in October of 2015. This tower is a symbol of Kansas City's sisterhood with Seville, Spain, and is a half size replica of a Muslim mosque from the 12th Century. A Christian belfry was added to the original in 1568. The Giralda Tower stands 42 meters, or 138 feet, above 47th Street,diagonally across from the J.C. Nichols fountain.
Royal blue on Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts 2014
Royal blue on Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts during the 2014 World Series. The Kansas City Royals appear in the 110th Fall Classic for the first time in 29 years against the San Francisco Giants. Kansas City amps up the blue all over town for the event.
Taps at the Tower commemorates the beginning of the Centennial of World War One at the National World War One Museum at Liberty Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri. Here, John Green stands at attention in period uniform with his bugle at dusk.
The Old Man in the Tree is a carving by an anonymous artist into the trunk of a large tree in the woods of south Kansas City. It has been there for years and you have to know how to get there as it is literally in the middle of the woods.
As seen on the cover of the March 2014 issue of Northland Lifestyle magazine. Bond bridge over the Missouri River in Kansas City, Missouri. Named for former U. S. Senator Christopher S. Bond. Twilight exposure showing marker lamps on semi-trucks as higher colored lines with opposing traffic and their head and tail lights as the lower lines, juxtaposed against the suspension cables of the bridge itself.