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Spring Daze

by Keith.

Spring is here with all the things spring brings. Burning eyes and an itchy mouth roof pitted against the beauty of nature revealing itself. It got warm quick here in mid-Missouri, and that’s not a complaint.

These pictures span from downtown KC to Lee’s Summit and back to Columbia. It’s been an interesting past couple of weeks as I’ve been very internalized, thinking about life and the trajectory of mine. I’ve had more amazing conversations than I can count and have been so reminded of the blessings God has provided to me in quality people around me.

If you’re wondering, I didn’t win the Mega Millions jackpot last night. I probably would have had a better chance if I had purchased a ticket though.

Keith Mont MediaI’ve really enjoyed shooting reflections lately. There is just a whole mess of information overlapping, intertwined. Here you can see just barely inside my parents’ house and the back patio.
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Keith Mont MediaAccording to this reflection, I’m 6′ tall. #dreams
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Keith Mont MediaMy nephew had an ear infection. No bueno.
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Keith Mont MediaSome good friends of mine that I rarely get time with, Ashley, Megan and Becky. They’re awesome.
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Keith Mont Media“There are so many shapes to look at…”
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Keith Mont MediaStair 6 is a dangerous place, yo.
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It was a nice day this past week. My good friend Nathan has a tandem bike, so we took it for a spin around campus and downtown. We visited my roommate at work.
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Keith Mont MediaMy view on the tandem:
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Keith Mont MediaThen my small group had a little grill out on Wednesday. Community!
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Keith Mont MediaBonus pic, this basketball court, lookin’ all creepy.
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All shot with a Fuji x100, edited in Lightroom 3 with VSCO

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