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The Art of (Skyline)

Photography Series Launches with a Familiar Outline

World War I Museum. (Contributed | Mark Stacey)
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Get lost* in our new photography series, “The Art of (KC)”, where we bring you beautiful, thought-provoking and compelling images of our city and surrounding areas every other week.

We’re kicking off the series with the art of the skyline. Swipe through the slideshow for some stunning images of our city’s outline. Then, get out your phone, your camera, your sketchbook — whatever — and let us see your POV. Follow us @FlatlandKC and share your interpretations with #ArtofKC.

*We’ve captioned the photos with general addresses so you won’t actually get lost.

Lewis and Clark Park in Kansas City, Kansas. (Brad Austin | Flatland)

Grand Street, near Union Station. (Brad Austin | Flatland)

25th Street and Prospect Avenue. (Brad Austin | Flatland)

Historic Westside: Summit and W. 16th Streets. (Brad Austin | Flatland)

World War I Museum. (Contributed | Mark Stacey)

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