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Forget Smelling Roses, I Stop To Take Pictures Along The Way

August 17, 2013 Featured, History/Preservation, Parks 2 Comments

Leaving the Missouri History Museum the other night I just had to stop and snap a few pictures. Here was the best one.

The Missouri History Museum
The Missouri History Museum

It was a beautiful evening, almost chilly out — in August!  Have a great weekend everyone.

— Steve Patterson

 

  • Mark Groth

    Great shot! The fountain looks awesome.

  • Moe

    There is nothing wrong with doing both. We have some great buildings to photo, as this demonstrates….both at night and day!

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