One of the benefits of semi- or full retirement is the time to meander about with a camera, looking for memorable shots. These images of the Missouri 291 bridge and the goose wandering around La Benite Park were taken on the Sugar Creek side of the Missouri River. The hang-glider adding a bit of color to the spring sky was photographed at Stockdale Park in Liberty.
One of the benefits of semi- or full retirement is the time to meander about with a camera, looking for memorable shots. These images of the Missouri 291 bridge and the goose wandering around La Benite Park were taken on the Sugar Creek side of the Missouri River. The hang-glider adding a bit of color to the spring sky was photographed at Stockdale Park in Liberty. Photos by David Knopf Special to The Star
One of the benefits of semi- or full retirement is the time to meander about with a camera, looking for memorable shots. These images of the Missouri 291 bridge and the goose wandering around La Benite Park were taken on the Sugar Creek side of the Missouri River. The hang-glider adding a bit of color to the spring sky was photographed at Stockdale Park in Liberty. Photos by David Knopf Special to The Star

David Knopf: The wonder of wandering: One of perks on the roads of retirement

May 05, 2015 05:14 PM

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