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Clouds create a viel of mystery. Hiding the subject's secrets. Drawing in a captivated viewer. Adding depth to an empty sky. It's nature's way of painting a landscape.

17 5 Jul 23, 2017

The Fox River is way down yonder. The flooding has closed the bike trail from St. Charles to Algonquin. Mike's house is completely under water. #foxriver #flooding #rivers #landscape #landscape_captures #landscapelovers #nature #biking #cyclinglife #cycling #fitnessmotivation #fitness #fitgirlsguide

7 0 Jul 23, 2017

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16 1 Jul 23, 2017

Before heading back to Liberia, I decided to take my daughter and son to see some of the sights that central Kansas has to offer. We hit the Maxwell Wildlife Refuge first, then tried to visit the last built Carnegie Library (but it was closed). After that, we stopped at an abandoned farmstead in the middle of the rolling prairie, before finally rushing to visit Coronado Heights as the sun was setting. Unfortunately, in the middle of the tour, the unseasonable warm temps were blown out by a cold front with frigid winds. • It's funny, but during the 45 years of my life, I have passed Coronado Heights countless times while traveling up and down Interstate 135. Always rushing to get somewhere, I never made it a point to take the 3 mile detour to visit this historic Kansas site. What's worse, it's only 20 miles from our central Kansas farm. To be honest, when I pulled off the country road and entered the park, the view from the bottom was underwhelming. However, once we reached the top, I was blown away by the sweeping panoramic views of the surrounding Flint Hills prairie and fertile farm ground. • According to, "Coronado Heights receives its name from Francisco Vasquez de Coronado, who visited central Kansas in 1541, looking for the Native American community of Quivira, where he was told "trees hung with golden bells and ... pots and pans were beaten gold." Coronado didn't find his gold, and it is unknown if he actually ascended the heights now named after him near Lindsborg, Kansas." • This is one of my favorite shots from that evening. In the foreground is one of the picnic areas build in the 1930's by the Works Progress Administration (WPA), which, believe it or not, also built a castle on this 300 ft. summit! • 🔩 Equipment and Settings 🔩 📷 Camera: Canon T5i/700D 📍Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 IS STM 📍ISO: 200 📍Focal Length: 18mm 📍Aperture: f/16 📍Shutter: 1/6 sec. 📍Format: RAW/Manual 📍 Tripod: N/A 💻 Software: Lightroom 6/NIK 📅 Taken: Feb. 23, 2017

5 1 Jul 23, 2017
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