Clouds are moving over the Mississippi River near St. Louis.
I shot this time-lapse video yesterday to test the time-lapse capability of the Drift Ghost Camera. It covers about two and a half hours of real time in 36 seconds. Shot at 5 second intervals. I didn’t have it set up level for [...]
We had some hellacious storms last night with a couple of tornadoes touching down in the area. I found this photo of a lightning strike hitting the Gateway Arch on a friend’s Facebook page. It was taken by Brad Krischel.
Order a bowl of turkey chili at a St. Louis-area Panera Bread and it’ll cost you a penny. Or $5. Or $100. In other words, whatever you decide.
Three years after launching the first of five pay-what-you-want cafes, the suburban St. Louis-based chain brings the concept to its latest charitable venture starting [...]
I took these photos this evening from the deck overlooking the Mississippi River and on the walkway down to the deck . Click to enlarge
I took these photos moments ago from my back porch overlooking the Mississippi River.
The photos are direct from the camera and not shopped at all. I couldn’t get back far enough to get the whole rainbow in one shot. Click to enlarge.
A barge travels downriver under the rainbow. [...]
We went over into Illinois for a fundraiser for the Make-A-Wish Foundation tonight and this was the view coming back across the river. It’s a little blurry but still a neat view.
This was the view this morning looking east over the Mississippi River. The sun popped up and was then quickly engulfed by the clouds as we awaited the snow, sleet and freezing rain which began a couple hours later. Click to enlarge
I just took these photos of a bald eagle watching over the Mississippi River on a chilly early Sunday afternoon.
I’ve posted this picture before but ran across it again today. At one time I tried to find the intersection where this was taken. I’ve since lost the exact location but I know it’s near the intersection of Grand and Lindell in St. Louis.. It’s completely different now than it was then. The area [...]