Tag Archive: tx


(Dec 24th, 2014)

Festival of Lights adventure continues. This year we explore a new subdivision in Pearland, TX. The folks over there at Green Tee Terrace takes Christmas decorations very seriously.

more images at: http://forestphotography.smugmug.com/Events/2014-Solis/20141224-Festival-of-Lights/46558853_mMzJ7m

[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.

[Photo Art] Americana Gas

(Aug 31st, 2013)

Exploration continues. Finally getting to understand “Big City”, “Suburban” and “Small Town” American. The landscape of “Hall Valley” from the Back To The Future series is making sense now.

Time still stands still in most part of the country. And visually, it is not always bad.