Down the Elevator

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I took this when Amy and I went to the top of the Kansas Capitol back on Christmas break. I love getting shots like this…where you reach your hand out over a rail to get a cool shot. Let me know what you think! Thanks!

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3 Responses to Down the Elevator

  1. Heather says:

    My dad and I and my brothers went up there a few months ago. I hated that small winding staircase that’s in the middle of the cylindrical part of the building- I get claustraphobic, especially when there’s no way out and I’m surrounded by all those people. But once we got to the outside up top, it was amazing. I love heights.

    Flippin nice picture David! 🙂

  2. Harsha says:

    I pretty much gave up on New Years Resolutions years ago. I seem to just lie to mylsef every year about something like that, and figure if there’s one person I should be honest with, it’s me! As to the list Size 8 from size 16???? Dang! Don’t forget, a little weight in the right places is a VERY good thing!!!!:-?For the home cooked meals, check out the new America’s Test Kitchen Family Cookbook! I was good and waited until after Christmas to order it and it finally arrived on Friday. It’s friggin’ fantabulous! I’m not sure you can find a better cookbook for under $25, and it shows how to make some darn classy stuff without going for exotic ingredients. It’s easily one of the three best cookbooks I have.SCUBA certification a great thing, but check into what the resort you’re going to requires and does. When I got my certification back in college, the dive shop told us to not be surprised if a lot of places we went to made us take a refresher course or the entire course they offered.

  3. Mary-If you have trouble with the torte, there is no hope for me :)–maybe not even the cookies! The parchment paper sounds like a good idea. Hope all is well with the new baby..can't wait to hear more. Merry Christmas!

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