Saturday we went to the Alexander Gardner exhibit at the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City. It's a collection of photographs from 1867-1868 and focuses on his work in the American west.
Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, Kansas 1867.
This is a lovely textural composition that is made from the caps of liquor bottles. It has absolutely nothing to do with the photography exhibit but I liked it very much all the same.
The exhibit is free and runs until January in case you live in the area. May I suggest Cafe Trio as the perfect setting for a lively post-exhibit discussion. It's just a few blocks away and if you get there in the next several months the patio is a lovely place to sit.