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Street Rhythm

A side street in downtown Bryan seems plain, but if you look at it long enough the subtle complexities start to show up. Like the rhythm of the parking-space lines. The pair of downspouts bracketing the door. The paired up bench and trash can. The street light’s shadow. A bit of graffiti. A wavy bit of wire hanging from the wall. The line that crosses the street and heads straight to the door.

And so on.

Bryan, Texas
photographed 11.24.2017

Texas-sized Hats

This shop in downtown Brayn, Texas, had a very interesting mix of products. Women’s clothes, at price points ranging from $32 to $495. Spice rubs with silly names like “Chicken Shit” and “Good Shit” (Because those kinds of jokes never get old. Apparently.) Embroidered pillows with Bible verses. Handbags. Boots.

And an entire case of these Texas-sized hats.

Bryan, Texas
photographed 11.24.2017

PS – Those hats haven’t been creased yet, which is why they may not look like you’d expect a cowboy hat to look. Here’s everything you need to know about different hat creases. Because we knew you were wondering.

Daylighting

It was just a day after Thanksgiving and Christmas lights were sprouting all over the place. These lights weren’t on, but the lucky angle of the sun made it look as though they were.

Brenham, Texas
photographed 11.24.2017

Shadow Line

Well, who could resist these spring-like shadows on a rough stucco wall? Not me, obviously.

Brenham, Texas
photographed 11.24.2017

Full Moon/Food Truck

Another food truck, taken later on the same night as this photo. It’d been almost a year and half since my last visit to Alpine, and while I was gone, the food-truck phenomena showed up.

Alpine, Texas
photographed 11.3.2017

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