In the middle of the country sits an old farm house and for as far as the eye can see are the beautiful fall colors fading away the memories of summer. Here in the quiet countryside of Kansas the cowboys are king, the saloons are real and horses are a mode of transportation…
This is as close as I’ll ever get to being Dorothy.
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A local brew, a renowned paper, a place that has kept growing with the times… Kansas City might be in the middle of our country but the pride in it’s history, culture, arts, businesses, districts and morals is among the top. It’s simply… nice.
24 Hours in is a series where I capture an honest portrayal of a place through my experience and what I see within 24 hours shared in 24 frames. All images taken with my Hasselblad 500c and black & white Ilford HP5 film.
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“Rooms seemed hotter when he was in them. Rains fell straighter. Clocks slowed. Sounds were amplified. He considered himself a Southern loyalist and guerrilla in a Civil War that never ended. He regretted neither his robberies, nor the seventeen murders that he laid claim to. He had seen another summer under in Kansas City, Missouri and on September 5th in the year 1881, he was thirty-four-years-old.”
This is the farm where Jesse James grew up.
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Tucked away in a gas station in Kansas City, KS is Oklahoma Joe’s BBQ– named by Anthony Bourdain as one of the 13 places to eat before you die which is exactly what I want to do from happiness when I gobble the pulled pork sandwich in a dizzy frantic craze. This is the only time I’ve ever had the control to snap a few photos before the feasting began… but come on- how good does that look?!
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