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ShowMeKC

Downtown Kansas City, MO

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Here are some photos I took of downtown KCMO,

unfortunately, it was storming in most of the photos (plus the car windows are tinted) so dont be fooled by the poor quality.

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Here are some by KCGridlock (IMO the best KC photographer on the net):

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(this photo needs to be flipped horozontally)

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(This is a pano of the crown center skyline, which is part of downtown, it is just south of the loop)

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(taken from Liberty Memorial at crown center)

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(in this pano, the plaza is not where it actually is, it is a few km south and isnt part of downtown)

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KC has a pretty nice skyline. Personally, I got love the river and the look of the bridge. That's probably my favorite part of KC's skyline.

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Do you have a picture that shows the complete span of the bridge shown in picture 2? I don't know why, but an impressive bridge always seems to help set off a city for me. I think it's one of those architecture pieces most cities seem to over look. Boston gets it, NYC gets it, KC gets it. Most cities (including Atlanta), don't.

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that isnt a bridge, it is bartle hall, those are columns that support the building, they go from under the gorund, to the highway, to the convention center then into the sky.

Although we do have 3 bridges, plus 2 railroad bridges all in one little area.

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Umm, yeah, well, uh, I feel pretty foolish. Nevermind :ph34r::unsure:

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Umm, yeah, well, uh, I feel pretty foolish. Nevermind :ph34r::unsure:

:lol:

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great pics man! kc is dense and has a much more appealing skyline than st louis, IMO. really, kc's density and grit is much admired. great work.

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