St. Louis, Missouri gardens

St. Louis, Missouri Gardens

featuring Earl Klugh's "Open Road"
St. Louis, Missouri gardens

Dozens of parks are hidden in the cityscape of St. Louis, Missouri. The most famous might be the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, the home of the Gateway Arch that also includes acres of landscaped grounds and two large ponds. However, … Continue reading


Posted in
American Cities
| Leave a comment
View more: , , , , ,

Kansas City Fountains

featuring Ken Navarro's "Language of Peace"
Kansas City, Missouri

Kansas City, Missouri is known for barbecue, jazz, blues, and its fountains. Sometimes called “The City of Fountains,” Kansas City has hundreds of fountains. In fact, only Rome has more. Most of Kansas City’s fountains have unique sculptures in or … Continue reading


Posted in
American Cities
| Leave a comment
View more: , , , , ,

St. Louis (Gateway Arch at Dusk)

featuring Grady Nichols' "End of the Night"
Gateway Arch, St. Louis

The Gateway Arch is instantly recognizable, as is the St. Louis skyline that bears it. This 630-foot monument, standing inside the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, celebrates the United States’ westward expansion and the role St. Louis played in it. Nearby, … Continue reading


Posted in
American Cities
| Leave a comment
View more: , , , , , , ,

Kansas City Rainstorm

featuring Peter White's "What's Going On"
Rainy streets of Kansas City

Kansas City is the largest city in Missouri and a state economic and cultural capital. This is reflected in the buildings of the downtown area. Prominent in the cityscape and featured in this eScapes video are the oblong headquarters of … Continue reading


Posted in
American Cities
| Leave a comment
View more: , , , , , , ,