Got up way earlier than normal (whatever that is) and cruised around Lake Shawnee in Topeka Kansas with EDrake Photography . At like 30 degrees F we didnt stick around there too long but still got a few satisfactory photographs. After we decided to take some Architectural and landscape pics around Northeastern Kansas.
Got in the car and took a short road trip with EDrake Photography to Lawrence Kansas for the 12th Annual Zombie walk. Talked with a few participants to get the lay of the land and set up down Mass St. a few blocks. Had a great time and will be doing it next year I hope if everything works out. I used Lightroom and Photoshop for some quick edits to make the pics a little more interesting. I will put the originals up here in a few days so anyone that wants to see them can do so.
It was slightly warm as I waded through the large number of automobiles that were on display at the Boulevard Drive in in Kansas City Missouri Sunday. So many different makes and models, it was quite Awe-Inspiring. Then it turned downright HOT as the pinup models started ariving for their contest. I was there with my good friend E.J. from EDrake Photography and were lucky enough to meet a few Beautiful Models and some really great people (you know who you are). Check out a few pics with more still on the way.
At last I had a chance to get out and grab some pics of a local event here in Topeka Kansas. It has been a while Since I have posted but this month is usually a BIG photography month.. Went out to the Touch a Truck event with Edrake Photography and got some decent shots on Kansas Ave.
Took a nice walk around NOTO art district for their First Friday Art walk. Met a lot of really great people and set eyes on some wonderful bargains. If you get the chance next month stop out there for a great time with lots of things to do for all ages. Shot some pictures with a friend who owns edrake photography, look him up he has been in the photography game for quite a few years and has a great eye for composition.
instead found myself here : http://www.kansasguardmuseum.com/
For the 18th Annual Heartland Military Day. This is our 50th Anniversary Recogntion of 1968 Mobilizations. Military Equipment displays and re-enactors.