The burning of Our Lady of Artica at the Cotton Belt Depot in St. Louis. This annual event is fantastic and I love photographing it.
Not sure why there are goat heads on items around the Civil Courts building downtown St. Louis but they look pretty cool.
Out with Photo Flood STL last Saturday and as the outing was finishing up I caught this view of the St. Louis Wheel looking down Clark Street as the sun was setting.
A view of the Arch from the Stifel Theater. I took this back in 2015 when a group of us got free reign inside to photograph.
Lotus flower getting ready to bloom at Tower Grove Park, St. Louis Missouri
As a fan of soccer I can’t wait for Stl City FC to start playing in 2023. St. Louis has a huge role in the history of soccer in the United States. I expect as the time gets near the city will start going crazy.
Been a long time since I posted anything here. I always mean to but get busy with other things and forget. I’m active on Facebook and Instagram though. Not sure if anyone is reading this but I will try harder.
In what has become a New Years Day tradition some of us get together and go out to shoot in the local area. This year we went to Bellefontaine Cemetery in St. Louis. There is so much history in the place and everywhere you look you see the names that are tied to the city and area. This is the very first photo I took and it is the first one in 2020.
The culmination of Artica is the Burn of our Lady Artica. It was quite an experience along the riverfront in St. Louis, by the old Cotton Belt Depot. This yearly event is now definitely on my calendar.