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1/29/2013 Daily Image: Texas Star

1/29/2013 Daily Image: Texas Star While staying with some friends at Possum Kingdom Lake for the Fourth of July weekend, I went out for a sunrise walk in search of interesting images.  I found this stamped steel Texas star lying in the gravel, having fallen from the tree on which it normally hung.  The dappled…
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1/27/2013 Daily Image: Tower of the Americas

1/27/2013 Daily Image: Tower of the Americas At 750 feet tall, the Tower of the Americas is 86 feet taller than it’s more famous contemporary, the Seattle Space Needle.  The restaurant at the top continuously rotates 360 degrees to offer one of the best views of San Antonio.  Designed by San Antonio architect O’Neil Ford…
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1/25/2013 Daily Image: Through a Green Fence

1/25/2013 Daily Image: Through a Green Fence Hot, parched, dry and cracked, the drought-ravaged landscape of a North Texas prairie as seen through a green iron fence. Through a Green Fence Prosper, Texas Find this on page 135 of Texas As I See It Order your signed / personalized copy of Texas As I See…
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1/24/2013 Daily Image: Refinery Stack

1/24/2013 Daily Image: Refinery Stack One of the refinery stacks in Big Spring, Texas after some artistic license has been taken with the processing. Whatever the smell is between crude oil and gasoline, Big Spring reeks of it – enough to make your eyes water. Having been an architectural photographer (and an AIA member) for…
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1/23/2013 Daily Image: Rest in Peace

Rest In Peace Frontier Red Hill Cemetery Van Zandt County Copyright 2008 Warren Paul Harris all rights reserved Slated for inclusion in a future edition of Texas As I See It. Order your personalized copy of Volume I in this series on our website: http://www.texasasiseeit.net/

1/22/2013 Daily Image: Pilot Point Bank

The Farmers and Merchants Bank of Pilot Point, was originally constructed in 1896 in a classic Germanic style. This bank building was used in the 1967 movie Bonnie and Clyde, but now houses a small art gallery. The Farmers and Merchants Bank was closed during the Great Depression, so the notorious duo actually never robbed…
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1/20/2013 Daily Photo: Going North

This image of the railroad tracks headed north out of Frisco is on page 146 of Texas As I See It Volume I Taken one-handed with a Canon Rebel and ultra-wide-angle lens at arm’s length to produce this ants-eye view. I had “seen” this shot as I walked across the tracks to photograph Frisco’s historic…
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This day in Texas History: Waterloo Approved as New Capital of Texas

This day in Texas History: (from the Texas State Historical Association archives) Waterloo Approved as New Capital of Texas January 19, 1839 On this day in 1839, Waterloo (soon to be renamed Austin) was approved as the new capital of the Republic of Texas. In 1836 Columbia (now West Columbia) had become the first capital of an…
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1/18/2013 Daily Image: Capitol Zoom

Capitol Zoom Austin, Texas State Capitol Time-exposure without a tripod February 4, 2012 Copyright 2012 Warren Paul Harris all rights reserved

1/17/2013 Daily Image: SoCo Capitol

The Texas State Capitol building is remarkable from most angles, but seeing it jutting between the skyscrapers of Austin when looking from South Congress Avenue is quite dramatic. SoCo Capitol Austin, Texas View of the Capitol from South Congress Avenue Copyright 2012 Warren Paul Harris all rights reserved

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