1. Mount Rushmore NM, SD

    (June 2014)

     

  2. Thanks much to Grey-card for the re-blog of my Mount Rushmore set, and to all for the hearts!

     
  3. Mount Rushmore NM, South Dakota

    (June 2014)

    As said, I now resume posting photos shot during my June road trip.

     
  4. whereiskp:

    Badlands NP, South Dakota

    (June 2014)

    Thank you, imiging, for the re-blog, and thanks to those who like(d) this shot!

     
  5. September 14, 2014        Charleston, WV > NYC (532 mls)

    Thanks for being with me on my trip!

    I will now take a few days off before I resume posting photos from my June trip out west.

    And I will of course continue posting on my NYC blog kpstatz.tumblr.com

    Happy shooting!

     
  6. September 13, 2014        Louisville, KY > Charleston, WV (256 mls)

    My final stop before returning to NYC.

     
  7. September 12, 2014        St. Louis, MO > Louisville, KY (274 mls)

    Not the Kentucky Derby, but still lots of fun to shoot.

     
  8. September 11, 2014        St. Louis, MO

    A solemn day for every New Yorker.

     
  9. September 10, 2014        St. Louis, MO

    Meet me in St. Louis, Louis,
    Meet me at the Fair
    Don’t tell me the lights are shining
    Anyplace but there
    We will dance the “Hoochie-Koochie”
    I will be your “Tootsie-Wootsie”
    If you will meet me in St. Louis, Louis,
    Meet me at the Fair.

    F.A. Mills (1904)

     
  10. September 9, 2014          Memphis, TN > St. Louis, MO (295 mls)

    As a final milestone of my personal tribute to Johnny Cash I took a little detour to visit his boyhood home in Dyess, Arkansas, which had recently even been featured in the NYTimes.

    But I will not let you off the hook without a link to this video of the only song he recorded together with his daughter Rosanne Cash, called “September When It Comes”.

    For the next two days I will be in St. Louis, with thunderstorms in the forecast (one already moved through when I arrived) that will hopefully not ruin my tour of the Gateway Arch booked for tomorrow morning.