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[100 Images] Seadrift Part II

(Aug 8th, 2014)


Another road trip out to Seadrift, TX. This time, we got to spend a few hours exploring the little town.

Founded in 1888, and judging from historical photos on display near the Art Boat art center, it was a town on the verge on becoming a place to be.

It survives today as a shrimp port, and a oasis of sorts away from chemical plants and the city of Victoria.

more photos at: http://forestphotography.smugmug.com/100Images/2014-100-Images-of-Summer/20140806-Seadrift/43518998_r27dV8


A torpedo as yard ornament.

Pelican bay.

Swing facing San Antonio Bay.

Shrimp boats up close.


(March 6th, 2014)

New pieces for sale.

Interesting little sea port blocked in by a chemical plant and miles of petroleum related industry. Population just over 1000, and its main export are shrimps and a surprisingly location of artistDeiter Erhard Studio.

Some random shots from the passenger seat on way in and out of the town.

more images at: http://forestphotography.smugmug.com/Art-Folio-And-SHOP/veni-vidi-fuco/Prints/7435467_gxs227#!i=3114543439&k=vRbnfG7

Oil Town Farm. (color)

Land Boat Away from the Chemical Plant.

A View on State Hwy 185, Seadrift TX.