Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Mexican Restaurant Mural

This is a life size mural painted on the wall of a Mexican restaurant in San Antonio. Recognize anyone? LOL. I got a big kick out of this one.

PS: I will be signing off for a while because I am having back surgery tomorrow. Back soon!

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

San Antonio Lights


Photo taken from the Tower of the Americas

For more than 35 years, the 750-foot-tall Tower of the Americas has offered residents and tourists of San Antonio, Texas, the most breathtaking view of the Alamo City – visitors dine at the Tower’s revolving restaurant or enjoy the scenery from the observation deck.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Glendale Sunset with New Moon


A resource for nearly anything you want to know about digital photography. A quick look through the menus will make it apparent that there's a Master's Degree worth of information in the site

Saturday, February 5, 2011

My Favorite Sculpture

I loved the whimsy of this sculpture in the Sculpture Garden in Dallas.

Friday, February 4, 2011

Sulpture Garden Pool

Nasher Sculpture Center
Situated in downtown Dallas at the base of the city’s skyline, the Nasher Sculpture Center represents Raymond D. Nasher’s vision to create an outdoor “roof-less” museum that serves as a peaceful retreat for reflection of art and nature and public home for his collection of 20th-century sculpture. The goal was to produce a structure of lasting significance that will sustain the legacy of the collection-- a kind of noble ruin reminiscent of the solidly-grounded archaeological sites of ancient civilization and their continuity through time.

Sulpture Garden

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Oregon General Store - in the 1850's


Home to Oregon's largest natural history collection on display, the Museum's more than 7,500 items are used to help tell the ancient and contemporary stories of the Umpqua River Valley. In addition, DCM houses one of the Northwest's most comprehensive plant collections in its research Herbarium with nearly 3,000 catalogued specimens.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Texas Hill Country Cabin

The area has been influenced by three major cultures: Native Americans, Spanish and German. Indians roamed the Hill Country first, leaving behind artifacts which tell of their nomadic life. The Spanish conquistadors followed, bringing a culture which was to endure to the present. German immigrants settled the Hill Country in the early 1800s and their descendants still call it home.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Lone Star

Lone Star light fixture in the Texas Capitol