The Saturday evening after the Super Bowl the Kansas City lights proudly glow in red to celebrate the Chiefs achievement. This image was taken atop the National World Ward I Museum and Memorial on the Liberty Memorial Tower’s patio on the Northeast side. This was a very crowded situation with both photographers and social media posting individuals attempting to immortalize the moment. Photos taken by most individuals from this point end up with the flag pole as a distracting middle ground element. Knowing this is why I elected to work the Northeast side of the overlook patio. The other aspect that was apparent was that the Kansas City Union Station had a color changing sequence that wasn’t necessarily timing up with the Marriott Hotel’s light pattern that displayed the Chiefs Arrowhead logo. This required timing to capture the Union Station at its peaking of the red exterior building access lighting and taking at least one other image of the Marriott Hotel with the Chiefs Arrowhead logo in full display. It took a while along with a lot of photos to finally get the desired image. To achieve that it would require a blending of the Union Station at its peak with the Chiefs Arrowhead displayed.