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Austin Vibe…

I love Austin, Texas. I wish there was a better, more articulate way of saying it, but that’s the truth. I love to just BE in Austin. I think it has a ‘vibe’ all of its own. I love to go down around 1st Street or Congress Avenue and just people watch. Well, and dog […]

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Pride in Workmanship…

You know? There is alot of awesome architecture around Austin, Texas and what I guess you would call the “I-35 Corridor. But take a closer look at the photograph below. When I saw this all I could say was “Really?”… I wonder what happened. Either the shorter people called in sick or maybe a shift […]

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True Grit…

I have to admit that the remake of True Grit was alright. Jeff Bridges is no John Wayne, however, he was a very believable Rooster Cogburn. I’m fortunate enough to live near where part of the movie was filmed in Granger, Texas. I just wanted to share a photograph of the building where “Mattie Ross” […]

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Veterans…

God Bless the people that serve our country. God Bless the fallen, and families of the fallen, at Fort Hood. God Bless the veterans who have seen and felt too much – and those that have bled and carry the scars of our country for the rest of their days for the sake of our […]

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Happy Veterans Day….

I just wanted to wish everyone a happy Veterans Day. Thank you to all who are serving around the world and who have served in the past. I wanted to share my friends blog with you who is an excellent photographer and friend. Please visit the blog of Cricket Walker for some excellent photographs for […]

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Georgetown Art in the Square…

The first annual Georgetown Art in the Square was one of the most awesome free events I’ve ever been to and was held October 17th and 18th.  The Square was transformed in to an outdoor art gallery with over 150 artists and craftsman of every variety. Sponsored by the City of Georgetown, New York Times, […]

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Georgetown Market Days…

Georgetown Texas Market Days went very well today with booths consisting of clothing, artwork, leather goods, handicrafts and lots of wonderful things. Cher’s Creations from Round Rock features hand made custom wreaths and floral arrangements with no two being alike. Silver Mallet Productions has hand tooled leather goods such as wallets, belts, and a whole […]

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Georgetown Fine Dining…

Georgetown Texas has a multi-award winning restaraunt on Austin Avenue. Silver & Stone was given an Award of Excellence for their wine list by Wine Spectator magazine.Silver & Stone  is a family owned and operated restaurant headed up by Chef James Ramsey and Manager Corey Bailey. I can’t really say enough about this wonderful place. […]

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Georgetown Texas…

I live in Georgetown, Texas North of Austin. I worked in Austin and commuted 47 miles to work. I count that as a blessing as now I have the opportunity to find work in the town I love and live in. Image Copyright © Barrett Photo Art They have a wonderful downtown square that is […]

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Waiting…

I really love aircraft and pass this one everyday on my way to work and on my way home. It’s always pointed towards the sunset and I told myself one of these days I’m going to get a nice photograph of that Beechcraft 300 with an awesome sunset going on in front of it. Image […]

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