I moved from Wichita, Kansas to Kansas City, Missouri in 1991 for a job. I have never regretted that move, and I now consider Kansas City my hometown. Kansas City is perfect in many ways. For those of you who live here, you already know that. One of my favorite things about Kansas City is the endless number of places and things to photograph. I often go on photo safaris in the city and quickly loose track of time as I explore. My keen interest and love of photographing Kansas City guided me to my Kansas City photo book project. You say you have not heard of my book project? It's called Kansas City: A Photographic Portrait published in May of 2015. Today's blog post provides one of those KC photo safari images photographed earlier this week. I've shot pictures of Union Station more times than can be recalled, but I always like to return to see if I can discover something fresh and new. I succeeded with this image (image on the right) capturing Union Station straight on from the front with the clock centered and the stone nameplate in view. I hope you enjoy the picture as much as I enjoyed shooting it.