Tom Parish inspects the interior of a stone cellar on the Fort Riley Reservation in the Wildcat Township. “Take Shelter” is a exhibition about arched-roof, hand-stacked limestone cellars found throughout the Flint Hills and rarely outside that area. Tom Parish is a fine arts photographer who visited dozens of such structures to document them in images.
Tom Parish inspects the interior of a stone cellar on the Fort Riley Reservation in the Wildcat Township. “Take Shelter” is a exhibition about arched-roof, hand-stacked limestone cellars found throughout the Flint Hills and rarely outside that area. Tom Parish is a fine arts photographer who visited dozens of such structures to document them in images. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star
Tom Parish inspects the interior of a stone cellar on the Fort Riley Reservation in the Wildcat Township. “Take Shelter” is a exhibition about arched-roof, hand-stacked limestone cellars found throughout the Flint Hills and rarely outside that area. Tom Parish is a fine arts photographer who visited dozens of such structures to document them in images. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star

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