It was a gorgeous day at the Gypsy Picnic Trailer Food Festival - the lines were pretty long though, so I didn't score any frozen banana. I was looking forward to enjoying the patented Bluth family treat.
The River Answers the Sun
This picture was from a location I had tried to catch a sunrise at before, instead getting a big facefull of overcast. Being here this time around just happened to be chance, and this was my reward.
A Classic Name
Chance shot of a lovely, clean Mustang parked by itself in an empty parking lot next to a sunset. I never appreciated how uncommon it is to see a well-cleaned, well-cared for car until I started taking pictures.
Swig Martini Bar
It's tacky to hit on waitresses who are stuck serving you, but the lady bringing the drinks was so cute. The lighting and atmosphere on their outdoor seating is nice also - perfect for those warm Texas evenings.
Waiting For The Answer to The Question
Dude I know that stubble is intentional. Don't pretend like you just "forgot to shave" for a few days and look all rugged. Taken with my good friend Justin over breakfast at Kerbey Lane before getting started on our photowalk for the day - it's handy to have a friend who doesn't mind modeling for pictures.
Pierce the Clouds
The sun spent most of the evening hiding behind clouds, poking out here for about 3 minutes judging by the timestamps on my pictures. You always have to get the last word in, don't you? The sun is such a drama queen. I was standing out in the water for this shot, with the tripod submerged up to about 6 inches under the ball head. On a slippery, slanted mossy rock. I'm kind of dumb.
Arc the Sky
Sometimes you see the tall masses of intersecting highways and you might wonder what creatures might think of them if humans were removed from the picture, without context to make it obvious that they were designed for ground vehicles. Would they stand like a mute testament to our existence, long after we're all dead? Would they make suppositions about our possible uses for these odd skypaths without knowledge of cars, or how we use them?
Education is critical to success, kids. The secret ticket isn't so much to "figure out what you want to do with your life", but more to find out what kind of work fascinates you to learn about. You'd be surprised what you can turn into a job, as long as you love what you do.