Rising above an urban courtyard, the power and light clock tower is sometimes overlooked. The tower has a spiraling turbine that turns the wind energy into electricity. A strip of lights runs vertically up the twisting edges of the turbine and as that turns in the long exposure it leaves a light trail. There are still more images to come in the next few weeks, but for now enjoy the latest and greatest!
This is part of a new series of photos I will be taking in the downtown Power and Light District of Kansas City. I got out there just before the sun faded behind the horizon, and I really enjoyed the colors that emerged from it! I find it entertaining that no matter where I go to shoot, there are people that take the time to stop and ask what it is that I am shooting, and what it is for. At the moment, it is a hobby, but I am hoping that sooner rather than later, I will be doing this for a client.