Pagoda Circle Forest Park

Pagoda Circle Forest Park
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The Pagoda Circle and Nathan Frank Bandstand was built in 1925 with white marble and concrete. The roof is made from copper and the railings bronze.

The video is a timelapse taken during sunrise on Halloween 2018. A 14mm 2.8 lens was used with 2 second exposures. Fall in Forest Park is sensational and the colors are bold and beautiful.

This Pagoda is one of Forest Park’s Icon located across from the Muny Opera House, an outside colosseum for live plays and musicals during the Summer months.

The floral arrangements and plants that surround the Pagoda are maintained by The Flora Conservancy of Forest Park in concert with the City of St. Louis.

Forest Park – Fall Tree Colors

Forest Park fall colors cover
Forest Park – Fall Tree Colors
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Saint Louis Art Museum in Forest Park during the Fall turns trees into beautiful colors. My favorite place is the tree-covered trail with trees that turn a bright and deep red.

The video features the tree-covered sidewalk and the Apotheosis of Saint Louis statue located in front of the Museum.

Saint Louis Art Museum
1 Fine Arts Dr
St. Louis, MO 63110
Site: slam.org
Map: google.com/maps

Forest Park Halloween hyperlapse

Forest Park Halloween hyperlapse
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This Forest Park Halloween hyperlapse features the tree-covered sidewalk that runs in front of the St. Louis Art Museum.  A shaky camera, spooky music and nightfall can turn the most beautiful area into a Halloween delight.

St Louis Art Museum Hyperlapse

Sept 21, 2018 - St Louis Art Museum in Forest Park/CraigCurriePhotography.com
St Louis Art Museum Hyperlapse
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The video features the Saint Louis Art Museum building, the Apotheosis of St. Louis statue, the Placebo tree sculpture by Roxy Paine, the Emerson Grand Basin and Art Hill located in Forest Park in St. Louis, MO.

The sculpture is a 56-feet aluminum tree created by Roxy Paine in 2004. It was the first outdoor sculpture commissioned by the Saint Louis Art Museum.

The architectural style Grand Beaux Arts building is always free to get in and has a restaurant as well.

The statue in front of the museum is King Louis IX of France (1214–70).  He was canonized (declared a Saint) by the Catholic Church.

Saint Louis Art Museum
1 Fine Arts Dr
St. Louis, MO 63110
(314) 721-0072
Site: slam.org
Map: google.com/map