Three, and then another one

So, I might have been trying to be stealthy in an effort to get some photos of an interesting group of people. In an effort to cover what I was really up to (remember: I almost never photograph people!), I made a few photos of these chairs.

The chairs photo is blog-worthy. The ones of the interesting people? Nope.

Hyatt Hill Country Resort
San Antonio, Texas
photographed 11.26.2016

the day considered making an appearance

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The trains. The trains woke me up. And as the eastern sky began to lighten, I walked down the street, drawn like a moth to the lights of the laundromat.

Alpine, Texas
photographed 7.25.2016

should go looking someplace higher

Since this is San Fernando’s cathedral, I think I’m safe to assume that is San F. himself up there in that niche.

Lately, I’ve been listening to Rag’n’Bone Man; his song “Human” was in my head when I was working on this photo. Give it a listen, if you want.

San Fernando Cathedral
San Antonio, Texas
photographed 11.25.2016

Walgreen Screen

I am sure that by now you know how much I like making photos inside parking garages. Here’s one made from a parking garage, just for a little change of pace. And also because I like how the circles in the screen make the Walgreen’s letters seem to bounce up and down.

San Antonio, Texas
photographed 11.25.2016

cross/cross/window

One of my work friends, who often serves as a location scout for me, told me about this town. It’s nearly on the Interstate – close enough to have its own exit but far enough way that drivers don’t have any real reason to take it.

Unless I’m the driver. Then I’m pretty happy to be able to get off the highway and go for a bit of a wander in a town whose better days are long in the past.

Ranger, Texas
photographed 11.23.2016

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