All Posts in Kansas

July 26, 2015

Kansas at its Best

When I'm in some urban areas, I have a blast shooting architecture and cityscapes. When I am in the mountains, I am thrilled to capture some beautiful peaks. Now I am in Kansas, which offers cool sunsets. And since my time here is approaching the end, I figured to enjoy them while I'm here. So yeah, another sunset post. Read more

July 10, 2015

Redmond Trip

At the beginning of this week, a good size storm run across Kansas. As I had no assignment at the moment, I opted to go and enjoy it. Read more

July 3, 2015

Sunset Meditation

After a hectic week, I needed to get out of the town for a sec. It also felt like it's been some time since I went to capture something simple just for the fun of it, so the last evening I went to the hills to watch the sunset. Read more

June 25, 2015

The Haunted Bridge

The Rocky Ford Bridge is a cool, one lane, metal structure connecting the land across the Cottonwood River southeast of Emporia. However, the site is known among locals more like the Bird Bridge, named after a preacher who allegedly killed his wife and a husband of his lover down there in the early '80s. Since then, the place is wreathed in myths about a ghost of that woman who appears around the bridge at night to scream into the void. You can see where it's going. Read more

June 11, 2015

Saturated Sunday

For once, I didn't work last Sunday. Instead, I went to join a pilgrims' celebration in Pilsen. That was cool itself, but as it happened, I took a side adventure to experience more.
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June 8, 2015

Rodeo Surprise

Strong City hosted the 78th annual Flint Hills Rodeo last weekend, the oldest consecutive rodeo in Kansas. Unexpectedly, it was one of those events where I smiled all the way through. Read more

May 12, 2015

Same place, new scenery

Chase County State Lake just west of Cottonwood Falls became one of my favorite places in Kansas. I visited it a couple of times, but I never thought that there should be some waterfalls. Well, they are.
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April 16, 2015

El Dorado

I saw the El Dorado Lake for the first time on my way to Chicago, in the fall of 2012. I went by bus, and when the interstate cut through the north side of the lake, my attention was caught by dead trees coming out of the water. "It would be cool to take a picture of," I thought. That's what I did last weekend, nearly three years after the first contact. Read more