As most readers know, I live in Houston, and have for about three years now, through very mild winters, hot humid summers and spectacular urban flooding. But this particular adventure will likely be coming to an end in September. My long term girl friend will be starting a PhD program in Massachusetts and I will be going along. Just what I will be doing there beyond photography remains to be seen, but there are several options on the table at the moment. So Houston people, if there’s something you want me to photograph for you, get a hold of me. I’m even open to photographing people, on the right terms. Also, be ready to see the amazing fall foliage and winter like people here in Houston have never even dreamed of.
The classic neon of Houston Shoe Hospital on Kirby Drive in Houston Texas lights up the night as life slows down and darkness embraces a commercial neighborhood.
The sun sets over Lake Livingston in East Texas piney woods. Lake Livingston was constructed in the late 1960s along the Trinity River, as part of the Trinity River Authority’s mission to provide drinking, industrial and agricultural water for the Houston metro area. In the past fifty years it has become a popular destination for boating and fishing, and Lake Livingston State Park along the eastern shore draws campers, hikers, and horse back riders year round.