Kansas

Sunflowers in a field on a cloudy day, photo by Tony Gill.love the contrast of colours and textures in this pic!

Who doesnt love this awesome Journey song?!? Great decor for a teen girls room. This is 11x14 wood. Can be done in 11x11 wood or 11x14 canvas

Who doesnt love this awesome Journey song? Great decor for a teen girls room. This is wood. Can be done in wood or canvas KRISTEN

Sunflowers facts - WTF fun facts

Sunflower field in Fargo, North Dakota. Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) is an annual plant native to the Americas.

34th President  ~ Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum located in Abilene.

The The Eisenhower Presidential Library & Eisenhower Museum was started in It includes a Visitor Center, Dwight D. Eisenhower's boyhood home, the Place of Meditation, the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum, in a park like setting.

Kansas Underground Salt Museum, Hutchinson - 8 Wonders of Kansas

Kansas Underground Salt Museum, Hutchinson - 8 Wonders of Kansas This machine cuts the salt.

Wooden Roller Coaster at the closed Joyland Amusement Park in Wichita, KS. It is one of the last remaining wooden roller coasters and is designated as an ACE Coaster classic. It was built in 1949 by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company and designed by Herbert Paul Schmeck. The coaster was in continous operation for 55 years. Photo by Brandon Vogt.

Wooden Roller Coaster at the closed Joyland Amusement Park in Wichita, KS. It is one of the last remaining wooden roller coasters built in

Tracks Through The Field, Kansas, USA, May 2008 By Camille Seaman

Tracks Through The Field, Kansas, USA, May 2008 By Camille Seaman -- storm clouds -- dark sky over wheat field

Kansas, whose name comes from the Indian tribe who lived there prior to the founding of the nation, means the people of the wind, and when you are out on the plains, the wind is an ever present spirit that surrounds you and embraces you with its warmth.

Kansas, whose name comes from the Indian tribe who lived there prior to the founding of the nation, means "The People of the Wind", and when you are out on the plains, the wind is an ever present spirit that surrounds you and embraces you with its warmth.

Limestone house on the Spring Hill Ranch built in 1881 by Stephen F.  Jones. The ranch along with nearby Lower Fox Creek schoolhouse make up  the 10,000 acre Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve outside of Strong  City, Kansas

Limestone house on the Spring Hill Ranch built in 1881 by Stephen F. The ranch along with nearby Lower Fox Creek schoolhouse make up the acre Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve outside of Strong City, Kansas

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