I thought Kansas City had a lot of sculptures, until I visited Budapest.  There are fascinating sculptures everywhere!  Sadly, I didn’t get a good photo of what is probably the most photographed statues in Budapest, Little Princess (Kis Kiralylany) by Laszlo Marton.  It seems I always passed it too late at night and always without my tripod. […]

Budapest developed from two Bulgarian military frontier fortresses — Buda and Pest — situated on the two banks of the Danube River.  The Pest side is quite flat while the Buda side is quite hilly.  Once you cross from the Pest side of the Danube to the Buda side of the river, perhaps by walking across the […]

And with the Kansas City Royals’ World Series Victory Parade behind us, I return to my photos of Budapest from September.  Hopefully I’ll be through them and the other recent photos before I travel again later this month… Budapest developed from two Bulgarian military frontier fortresses — Buda and Pest — situated on the two banks […]

The Kansas City Star suggested that the gathering of an estimated 800,000 fans attending the World Series victory parade earlier today might have been the largest gathering in Kansas City history.  For a metro area the size of Kansas City (around 2 million), 800,000 is an amazing turnout! A gathering of 800,000 is more than: the […]

If you’re given a 75F day in November and the home town team is playing in the World Series, you must go out and take more photos of the landmarks lit with royal blue lights! Click on any image to enlarge Opened in 2010 as a replacement to the Paseo Bridge, the Bond Bridge is […]