Mysterious and dreamlike, the mist of morning rises amidst a forest of trees rising from the waters.
This image was made at the Eastern end of Blue Springs Lake, part of Fleming Park in Jackson County, Missouri, on a foggy morning. There are layers of density in this image, and room for imagination and wonder of what might lie within.
The J.C. Nichols fountain is blue for the Kansas City Royals run in the American League Division Series 2015 against the Houston Astros. The fountain was recently refurbished and is a very popular spot on the Country Club Plaza.
The Westside Fountain flows Royal Blue to honor the Kansas City Royals run in the American League Division Series in 2015. This is one of five fountains in the Kansas City area dyed blue for the October post season appearance of the Royals for the second year in a row.
The 7101 Tower at College Boulevard and Metcalf in Overland Park, Kansas, locally known as the Darth Vader building, lights up with the KC of the Kansas City Royals to salute the team during the American League Division Series 2015, where Kansas City has home field advantage.
The signature look of Kansas City fountains all over the Metro area as Royal Blue water could be found everywhere, delighting tourists and photographers from all over. This was during the 2014 World Series between the Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants.
Northland Fountain, also known as the Spirit of Cooperation Fountain at North Oak Trafficway and Vivion Roads in the Northland of Kansas City, goes Royal blue for the World Series 2014. This fountain runs year round and produces amazing icefall sculptures in the winter.
Spirit of Freedom Fountain Royal Blue World Series 2014
The Spirit of Freedom fountain at 4700 Cleveland in Kansas City, Missouri, runs Royal blue during the World Series 2014. This fountain was envisioned by City Councilman Bruce R. Watkins, to memorialize the achievements and contributions of black people in Kansas City. The sculptor, Richard Hunt, said it also encompassed the improvisational aspects of Kansas City jazz.
The Bloch Fountain in front of Kansas City's Union Station with the Royal Blue colors in the background. This was to celebrate the World Series 2014 and the Kansas City Royals playing in the 110th Fall Classic.
Look, ladies, one foot! One foot! Hey, you aren't even looking this way! Turn your heads this way, I am working way too hard for you not to notice. Come on, there can't be other birds around here, can they? Extremely proud, confident Sandhill crane on the Platte River near Gibbon, Nebraska.