There is an infamous “church” from Topeka, Kansas that regularly makes national news for the hateful signs they display while protesting at funerals, concerts, and other events. I won’t mention them by name or give them another pixel of space on my blog.  Instead, I want to focus on the house across the street, painted the colors […]

The Monroe School in Topeka houses the Brown v. Board of Education Museum dedicated to the Supreme Court case that helped end segregation in America. And one more thing crossed off of my Photo Bucket List! On Today’s Date in the Past: The Galata Tower Crossing the Galata Bridge One Thing, Three Ways:  Studio Shots

On Today’s Date in the Past: Turkish Delight View from the Galata Tower  

This statue of Lincoln can be found in the southeast quadrant of Capitol Square.  Topeka native, Robert Merrell Gage, created the Lincoln statue in 1916, his first public commission. On Today’s Date in the Past: Cafe Marly Musee du Louvre One Thing, Three Ways:  Jumping in a Puddle

This old building (it looks like a church or a school to me) along Hwy 24 just outside of Topeka is only marginally interesting.  But when paired with the intensely colored prairie grass and remaining fall foliage in the background, I’m glad I stopped to take a few pics. You Might Also Enjoy: One Thing, […]