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Light fixture on the Legion Hall in Osborne, Kansas.

Sunset at Waconda Lake in far eastern Osborne County, Kansas.

A sun dog can be seen over the Manchester water tower in Dickinson County, Kansas.

Dead trees in ice can be seen in the new Horse Thief Reservoir in Hodgeman County, Kansas.

An abandoned stone house north of Russell in Russell County, Kansas.

A stone fence post north of Russell in Russell County, Kansas.

An abandoned root cellar along U.S. 24 in Rooks County, Kansas.

The plains prickly pear in bloom in Sedgwick County, Kansas.

Purple poppy-mallow in bloom in Sedgwick County, Kansas.

The Opera House in Sedan in Chautauqua County was built in 1904. It is on the state register of historic places in Kansas.

The water tower in Manchester in Dickinson County at sunrise. Photo by Neil Croxton

The railroad bridge over the Cimarron River in Seward County, Kansas - it was built in 1939. Photo by Neil Croxton

Post rocks are a common site in Russell County. Photo by Neil Croxton

The Keeper of the Plains stands near the Big and Little Arkansas rivers in Wichita, Kansas. Photo by Neil Croxton

A view from the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve in the Flint Hills of Kansas. Photo by KDOT

A harvest moon can be seen in this field near Lyndon, Kansas. Photo by KDOT

An empty coal train heading west through the town of Oneida, Kansas. Photo by Neil Croxton

Big wheat straw bales can be seen in the field near Cuba, Kansas. Photo by Neil Croxton

Leavenworth National Cemetery in Leavenworth, Kansas. Photo by Neil Croxton

A beautiful spider web in Washington County, Kansas. Photo by Neil Croxton

A windmill in southwest Clay County, Kansas. Photo by Neil Croxton

Close-up of the stained glass at St. Fidelis Catholic Church in Victoria, Kansas. Photo by Neil Croxton

The statue in front of the St. Catherin Catholic Church in Catherine, Kansas. Photo by Neil Croxton

This is known as the Shamrock Cafe, located in the Flint Hills of Kansas.