The state bird of Missouri, this eastern bluebird was crossed the state line and was photographed in Kansas. Since two-thirds of a bluebird’s diet is made up of insects and other creepy-crawlies — like beetles, grasshoppers, spiders, and snails — I hope he does his part to keep those critters out of my garden come […]

When I see red, white, and blue, I don’t just think of the flags of the United States or France.  Instead, I think of the values that brought the people of these countries together when they revolted against an oppressive regime back in the 1700s.  Red, white, and blue make me think of liberty, equality, […]

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 […]

Thanks to an amazing win in New York last night, the Kansas City Royals are up 3-1 in the World Series!  My photos from Budapest will remain delayed while I continue to practice my night shots by capturing Kansas City‘s landmarks bathed in royal blue lights. In case you missed the original post of Kansas […]

As the World Series kicks off tonight, starring our hometown Royals versus the New York Mets, I wanted to take a break from posting my photos from Europe and share three images showing Kansas City bathed in blue in support of the Royals. Click on any image to enlarge Kansas City Photo #1.  Union Station […]

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I couldn’t pick between these two shots of a Blue Morpho showing a hint of blue wing.  What do you think?  Do you have a favorite below? Unfolded Photo #1. Unfolded Photo #2. On Today’s Date in the Past: Fort Point Light, California Fort Point, California Wordless Wednesday:  Chicago Wordless Wednesday:  New York’s Finest