Road Construction Series: LBJ Freeway Part 1.

Who knew road construction could be exciting?    This is a multi-part series I hope you enjoy and maybe it will inspire you to look at the world around you with a new perspective.   First a note of thanks to the following individuals who had a hand in making this series possible: 1.  Tore Bellis:  My photography buddy on this expedition – he also drove and made sure I didn’t stray or trespass… 2.  Sam Solomon:  My friend who encouraged me to document the history of the LBJ Freeway. 3.  Fernando De Los Santos:  My friend who also encouraged … Continue reading Road Construction Series: LBJ Freeway Part 1.

Big Bertha's Adventures

You want me to photograph that? – A Bullet!

This is part of the ongoing series I call, “You want me to photograph that?”  If you missed the first one, click here. ——————————— Sam:  “You’ll either like this item or you’ll hate it.” I was intrigued with the object he … Continue reading You want me to photograph that? – A Bullet!

When was the last time you admired a weed? Never?

This photo was taken at the Ft. Worth Botanic Gardens.  Now before you conclude they don’t maintain the place let me explain.  They have many areas with well groomed gardens, trial gardens and water features.  There is also an area that is more ‘natural’ and covered with trees, a worn out trail and yes, underbrush and an occasional dandelion. To get this shot, I had to get down on my knees to get a better view.  Even though it’s a weed I think it turned out quite nice. Camera:  Big Bertha (Canon EOS 5D Mark II) Date:  March 2012 Continue reading When was the last time you admired a weed? Never?