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This is an experiment using the RockYou.com site. Photos were taken at the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Kansas City, uploaded to the RockYou site where the revolver tool was selected producing the effect you see. I think it's a cool way to show off the photos. What do you think of this presentati...
The weather was fine for the kick off of St. Patrick's Day celebrations in Kansas City yesterday. We walked up to the Brooksider, visited with friends, then stood along Meyer Blvd to watch the parade. Leading off, this year, was the World's Window shop. The Ancient Order of Hibernians were repres...
We had a lovely Champagne Brunch last week. Friends and family came to see our new work space and meet our broker, Dan Sweeney. Smoked Salmon, Tenderloin, Fruit, Cheese, Chocolate and, of course, Champagne were thoroughly enjoyed by all. Young and old, alike. The few dozen people who joined in...
Happy St. Patrick's Day! The Brookside St. Patrick's Day Parade in Kansas City starts at 2pm today. See you there! Speaking of green, the world's first triple-rated green home can be bought for only $29,000,000. See it here: Acqua Liana And if you miss the Brookside revelries, the Martin City St....
Picture taken by Maria Morton; may not be used without permission.
Came across this today while previewing for a buyer client around Belton, just south of Kansas City. Taken with my trusty Fuji Fine Pix E550 on a sunny day. All rights reserved; may not be used without written permission from Maria Morton.
Today, while previewing homes in Raymore and Belton, I happened to look up and the sky was covered with puffy lines of clouds. When I say covered, I mean covered. In every direction from horizon to horizon. This is looking west. There was still bright blue sky in the east. The clouds were absol...
Mother Nature is playing with us in Kansas City. Friday, the geese are hanging out on the ledge on Brush Creek, sunning themselves. Now, on Saturday, they're over in the lagoon at Loose Park. The sun did come out for a few minutes Saturday but mostly it looked like this, or worse, but I couldn't...