My daughter, Gigi, got to spend some time in the studio with an amazingly talented photographer, wardrobe, and stylist team on Friday night.  As I hung out in the wings and watched several masters at work, I enjoyed one of several amazing views of downtown Kansas City from the sixth floor of a lovely brick building on Grand including this shot of the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts and the four artistic pylons designed by R. M. Fischer atop Bartle Hall.

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  1. Great shot! Love the different types of architecture one can see.

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    • Nothing in the US is as historic and varied as the architecture one sees throughout Europe, but it’s still very unique and lovely in its own way (albeit nothing is much older than 100 years)!

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  2. I love this angle – it’s a view I’m not sure I’ve seen before!

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    • You should come to a Meet Up at 2100 Grand sometime! If you think you might be interested, I can ping you when the next one is announced.

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