Starting just south of the Meyer Circle Fountain and running down the wide, grassy median of Ward Parkway to 75th Street, the Avenue of Trees is a memorial to the 440 sons and one daughter of Kansas City who died in World War I.  While I’m still struggling to capture the Meyer Circle Fountain to my satisfaction, I love how it looks in the background in this shot.

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  1. Another great history lesson. Thank you for sharing.

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