The City of Fountains

Kansas City has been such a pleasant surprise! My husband and I attended a conference here hosted by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP). As many of you know, my husband is a 4th year med student and attending the conference is a way to meet with potential residency programs. In addition, the AAFP provides breakout sessions each day for students to learn about different topics.

I was able to come along on the trip and decided to check out Kansas City while my husband was busy in his sessions. Since we were only in town for a few days, it did not make sense to get a car. I found that walking the city was very easy and I made frequent use of the KC Street Car—which was wonderful. The city is very young with lots to do.


Kansas City Skyline From the Liberty Memorial

My favorite adventures of the trip were the Liberty Memorial, the Ewing and Muriel Kauffman Memorial Garden, the Kansas City Public Library, and seeing the lovely fountains all over the city. Below are some of my favorite shots from the trip:


Liberty Memorial Fountain


Kaufmann Center for the Performing Arts


The Ewing and Muriel Kauffman Memorial Garden


The Ewing and Muriel Kauffman Memorial Garden


Kansas City Public Library Rooftop

Camera: Canon 5D Mark III
Lens: 50mm
Editing: Lightroom

One thought on “The City of Fountains

  1. nataliaspics says:

    These pictures are beautiful! All of them are amazing, but my favorite has to be the second one! The water drops look so cool frozen like that, and I love the color added to the image. I have recently started a photography and art blog myself, and your blog inspires me. I have just followed! I am looking forward to more of your posts!

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