Monday, April 9, 2012

Easter, birds, houses

 A tiny tiny dove.

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri. 
I don't think I'll have time to take a look inside. We are 
leaving for San Francisco soon. And then Chicago! Plenty to 
see there.

 There were really many sculptures (especially bunnies) in the Plaza. And Kansas City is called a town of fountains.
North American Robin (Turdus migratorius).
 We made trips to the suburbs, to look at the houses. One street could be totally neat and taken care of. And then, just around a corner on another street-dry lawns and shabby houses.
 The house of Flinstones... Almost all of the houses are made of wood boards, covered with a layer of stone.  It's pretty f... ed if a tornado decides to pay a visit to these parts of the country. And it happens now and then. Homes are gone like cards in a wind.  But I really hope it won't happen!
 The down town of Kansas City once more. Very empty. It's Sunday evening after all.
 An old industrial area, turning into lofts. Young people are moving in slowly.
 Under a bridge.
Shaved ice here!

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