Earlier this month, my friend David and I went hunting for a photo to shoot. We had no target in mind, other than head toward downtown. We started talking about getting high for a downtown shot and we ventured to an upper level of the Toyota Center parking lot, with permission and a guard escort. […]
One perk about photo walking is you run across items you miss driving by in the car. Take this shot for example. This large sculpture, as big as it is, can be easy to miss driving by. Not to any fault of the sculpture, but the driver is looking at traffic signs, places to park, […]
Walking around the stadium between innings, I was looking for something interesting to shoot. Looking from one of Minute Maid Park’s large windows, I saw how pretty the sky was this hot summer afternoon. We’ve had such little rain lately that I had to document that Houston still had clouds, sometimes.
I have always loved mountains. I suppose it’s their size and grandiose nature of them. But, alas, I have never lived in a state where I could enjoy them. Sure, I’ve traveled and visited folks that live near or on them, but those limited visits are just not enough. The next best thing around my area […]
There are a few places that are known for a great view of the City of Houston skyline. This footbridge over Buffalo Bayou is one of them. So that mean’s that this image is nothing extraordinary from the many previous photographers that have shot here. But now I can add it to my list of […]