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A Fortuitous Change of Plans

In the middle of a 2500 mile Route 66 loop… May 2011 involved a lot of driving… As part of a 2500 mile road trip that took us from Frisco, Texas (where we lived for 9 years before realizing we belonged in Dallas) through New Mexico and Arizona and looping around through El Paso –…
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Finally Some News On a Reprint

Well, it’s been over 3 years since we ran out of books. Finally we are on track for reprinting volume 1 of Texas As I See It Currently we should be receiving another 3,000 books sometime after the first of the year.  As soon as we have an order placed, I will have a pre-order…
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Many of Our Images in Pencil Skirts

We have more than one fulfillment company that handles applying our vast library of images to a variety of products.  Just recently they started offering pencil skirts as an option and of course we hopped right on it and started engineering images for this medium. All you gals know that a spectacular pencil skirt is…
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A very non-Texan-like rejection letter

A very non-Texan-like rejection letter… All y’all who know me are familiar with my conversational style of writing by now I imagine – and I try not to take myself too seriously (sometimes successful — sometimes not so much) so keep that in mind and check this out: I’ve had my share of “rejection letters”…
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3-22-13 Daily Image: Wind Farm Vista

Toward the end of a 2,500 mile Route 66 road trip, we were headed north out of Marfa, en route to San Angelo.  Traveling through the sun-baked wilderness of south-central Texas, we saw a lot of scenic, yet desolate beauty like the image you see here. Vast expanses of The Lone Star State have been…
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1/10/2013 Daily Image: Truck Stop Derrick

Toward the end of our 2,500 mile Route 66 road trip in 2011, we came upon this uniquely Texas establishment on Interstate 10 out in West Texas.  While it is not as common in Texas as it is in Oklahoma to see oil derricks scattered across the landscape, we do encounter them from time-to-time. Truck…
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December 5, 2012 Daily Photo

Today’s photo comes from Volume III of Texas As I See It.  This volume is slated for release sometime in 2015, time permitting. Originally, this shot of Stonehenge II was to occupy the last page of Volume I – and was part of the reason for a 2,500 mile Route 66 road trip in 2011, culminating…
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Press Release: Art Installation Benefits Dallas Schools

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: K K@4LegsMarketing.com 9741 Preston Road, Suite 303 Frisco, TX 75033 214.417.2197 www.4legsmarketing.com Art Installation Benefits Dallas Schools Frisco, Texas – January 17, 2012 Frisco artist Warren Paul Harris, in conjunction with the City of Addison, is displaying a collection of his work at the Addison Conference Center from January 17 through…
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