Sadly, we arrived at the Nelson-Atkins Museum too late to take our Belgian exchange student on a tour of the works inside, but there is still a lot to see on the exterior grounds of the museum.  As we strolled along the tree-lined walkways, we marveled at the shuttlecocks and giggled when we noticed that someone had placed a pair of sunglasses on one of the men in George Segal’s Rush Hour sculpture.

Statue at Nelson in Glasses_edited-1

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About Sage Scott

Shutterbug Sage began as a 365 photo project.

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