Rainey Street In Austin At Night Is Both Mysterious And Colorful

July 10, 2021

Rainey Street in Austin at night is full of people bar hopping in the darkness and neon lights, it’s both mysterious and colorful.

Dallas Snow Storm 2021, Photos Of Downtown And Deep Ellum At Night

February 15, 2021

Dallas snow storm 2021 covered DFW in over 5 inches of snow, here are night photos of downtown Dallas and Deep Ellum covered with snow.

Jefferson Boulevard Street Photography in Oak Cliff, Dallas

January 24, 2021

On Jefferson Boulevard, the blend of American and Mexican culture all along its street is awesome and worth experiencing.

Stargazing at Copper Breaks State Park in The Texas Panhandle

November 20, 2020

Stargazing at Copper Breaks is amazing and so is photographing the Milky Way Galaxy there due to the low amounts of light pollution.

Route 66 Midpoint Is A Fading Relic Of A Bygone Era In Adrian, Texas

May 27, 2019

Route 66 Midpoint is a sad and interesting fading relic of a bygone era In Adrian, Texas, an era the proceeds me by many decades.

2018 Barefoot Mardi Gras Parade At Whitecap Beach On Padre Island

February 28, 2018

The 2018 Barefoot Mardi Gras Parade at Whitecap Beach on Padre Island in Texas happened on a very foggy day, it was a very unique experience.

Corpus Christi, Padre Island, and the USS Lexington Photos And Video

Corpus Christi, Padre Island, and the USS Lexington photos and drone video from my recent visit to Texas coast.

Photos: 2016 State Fair of Texas on Medium Format Film

November 8, 2016

This year I bought a season pass to the State Fair of Texas and went multiple times, mostly for my own enjoyment. On a couple of the visits I brought my Hasselblad 500c/m to do the photos. I had with me some back and white Kodak T-MAX 400 film to photograph people, candidly and semi-staged. […]

Photos: 2015 State Fair of Texas on medium format film

October 30, 2015

I love the State Fair of Texas, it’s like Christmas to me. I love the atmosphere, the people, the noise, and the food. I go every year, usually several times a year. This year on a couple of my visits there I brought my Hasselblad 500cm and a couple rolls of Kodak Portra 400 to […]

Abandoned Boxcars On A Rail Road in Addison, Texas On 35mm Analog Film

June 2, 2015

Abandoned Boxcars were parked on a railroad in Addison, Texas for months or years, I explored them and captured them on 35mm analog film.

Dallas Ice Storm Causes The City To Become A Ghost Town

February 24, 2015

The Dallas ice storm that hit yesterday caused the whole city to shut down and turn into a ghost town due to the slippery roads.

Geology Of The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex Site Visits With Photos

November 15, 2014

The geology of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is very diverse and interesting as seen in these photos from several of the geological sites.

Roscoe Wind Farm Is A Giant Wind Farm In Texas With 627 Wind Turbines

October 7, 2014

The Roscoe Wind Farm project in Texas is one of the largest wind farms in the world with over 600 wind turbines on over 100,000 acres.

Hispanic Culture in Dallas Has A Historically Deep and Influential Presence

April 29, 2014

Hispanic culture in Dallas, Texas has always had a strong and historical influence on the city’s overall character and culture.

Urban Exploring An Abandoned House In Prosper, Texas

January 26, 2014

Urban exploring an abandoned house in Prosper, Texas revealed some very interesting things about the family who had once lived there.

Valley View Center Mall and the Sanger-Harris mosaic by Brenda J. Stubel

June 11, 2013

The Valley View Center Mall and the Sanger-Harris mosaic by Brenda J. Stube were sadly demolished a couple years after I photographed them.

Urban Exploration Of An Abandoned Apartment Complex in Dallas

March 28, 2013

Urban Exploration of the abandoned White Rock Trail and Toscana apartments in Dallas was creepy and haunting and I got some eerie photos. I drive up and down Skillman Avenue frequently. Every time I pass the White Rock Trail and Toscana apartments and see those abandoned buildings my mind wonders about the people who used […]

Galveston Beaches, People, And Beautiful Early Morning Seascapes

August 13, 2012

Galveston is an interesting city where I captured some great photos of its beaches, people, and beautiful early morning seascapes.

The Forney Tornado Left A Trail Of Destroyed Homes In Its Path

April 5, 2012

The Forney tornado damaged the Diamond Creek subdivision, sadly leaving a trail of completely destroyed homes in its path.

Urban Exploring An Old Rusty Billboard In Arlington, Texas

March 20, 2012

Urban Exploring an old rusty billboard in Arlington, Texas allowed me to get some really cool and grungy urbex photographs.

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