Photographer's Note

This is your typical view looking westward on top of the Arch in St. Louis. We can see a fair bit from up here. The building in the foreground that looks like a state capitol building is actually part of the Arch or rather the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial which is run by the National Park Service. The round stadium on the left is Busch Stadium, where Major League Baseball's St. Louis Cardinals play. It opened May 12, 1966 and is due to be demolished any day now. I took a ground shot of Busch Stadium and you can see its days are numbered. Immediately to the left is the new Busch Stadium being readied for next season. Obviously Busch Stadium is named after Anheuser-Busch which is headquartered in St. Louis. Sorry no pictures of that!

I did post a workshop looking eastward which I find a far less interesting shot, just the Mississippi River, East St. Louis and Illinois.

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Additional Photos by Stephen Inguanti (singuanti) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3624 W: 117 N: 4042] (15250)
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