Flashback Friday – Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art – Aerial Fly By!
Welcome to Flashback Friday – Where we share previously published articles which were reader favorites. Hope you enjoy this Friday’s article, originally published in 2014, about Kansas City’s Outstanding Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, featuring an Aerial Photography fly by. Enjoy!
I’ve written previously about the joys of being a “tourist” in your hometown. Recently I’ve discovered a way to add a new dimension to visiting and photographing things around my local area – I’ve acquired a QuadCopter which allows me to get a whole new perspective on things and places that I’ve “shot” many times from ground level.
Today – let me show you the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art from the air. Located in Kansas City, The Nelson has some outstanding collections. Most of course are inside the buildings. But to be on the safe side, I decided not to fly inside the building but rather I confined my aerial photography to the expansive and lush grounds surrounding the museum. Ready for take-off? Buckle your seat belt and click below.
Hope you enjoyed the view.
(Fight Notes: As always, if you fly one of these things – well, just be safe, courteous and careful.)
Flying High ……. Enjoy The Adventure!
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